Igor Chebykin (Russia) The United States has revealed a widely known secret: the military, political and scientific leaders of Fascist Germany who avoided Soviet (or Allied) bullets and the Nuremberg hangman’s rope found a safe haven and good work in America after the war. The New York Times recently published […]
Episode 6. Lev Trotsky, Father of German Nazism (I)
«Oddly enough, England, monarchist to the core and conservative at home, always acted in its foreign affairs as the patron saint of demagogic aspirations, always pandering to popular movements who sought to weaken the basis of monarchy altogether.» Memorandum by Peter Durnovo to Tsar Nicholas II, February 1914. The question […]
Episode 5. Who paid for World War II?
Seventy years ago the greatest massacre in history began – with the financing from the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve System of the United States. A recent resolution by the parliamentary assembly of the OSCE declared that the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany held equal roles in unleashing […]
Why Was Hitler’s Defeat a Defeat for the West?
Vladimir TIMAKOV(Russia) Conventional wisdom says that the traditional Western values are democracy, humanism, tolerance and human rights. Against that background, Hitler’s Third Reich looks like a strange mutation, an evolutionary deviation that could not have been predicted. Alexei Arbatov, a ideologue of pseudo-right Yabloko party, expresses surprise about that in […]
Marching in Memory of Common Victory
A spectacular parade has opened the Victory Day festivities in Moscow. On the 65th anniversary of the end of WWII, military from the allied forces have for the first time ever marched on Red Square during the parade. It started at the traditional 10am Moscow time. President Dmitry Medvedev delivered […]
Russia and its ‘Allies’ at the End of WWII
Tomorrow the battalions of allied forces from the USA, France and Great Britain will march down the Red Square together with the Russian regiments. For the first time in history they will take part in the traditional military parade to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the Great Victory over Nazism. […]
Remembering the Great Victory
This May marks the 65th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany. The memory of the war, referred to as the Great Patriotic War, is particularly venerated in Russia. 1941-1945: Four years of hardship In the USSR, the end of the war was considered to be May 9, 1945, as […]
World War II Was Unleashed by Adepts of Drang nach Osten
Leonid IVASHOV (Russia) The information war over the history of World War II is at full swing, hence it makes sense to re-examine the covert schemes which the West and the shadowy organizations promoting the interests of its capital used to unleash it. Quite obviously, expansion to the east and […]
How America Went off the Trolley Because of its Nuclear Monopoly
Yaroslav BUTAKOV (Russia) After the Second World War the USA had practically no competitors in the world at all. But the contradictions between the imperial powers were not diminished completely. Geopolitical combination — the USA allied with the rest of the Western states against the USSR along with the few […]
Britain Planned to Attack USSR on June 12, 1941
The first plan of war against the USSR: attack in the North In the beginning of the 1940, Great Britain and France, being at war with Germany, were preparing an intervention into the USSR. Whole number of circumstances prevented their plans to come true. Though it is interesting to imagine […]
Why Did The West Lose World War II?
A look at the events of 1939-45 from a millennial point of view. Many people in Russia believe that we live in an era where the West has won. The West surrounds us everywhere. It reigns in popular car models and clothing fashion labels, in photographs of pop idols and […]
Secret Run-Up to World War II: the Responsibility of the West
The agenda of our editions is inevitably circulating around the theme of wars. Until now we were covering the current one in Afghanistan and emerging in Iran as the focuses of international attention. But as the 65th anniversary of the Victory over Nazism is approaching, the lessons of history start […]