The Mark Weber Report: Perspective on World War II, an IHR update, and more

August 3, 2011

Pantheon, Rome

Defying protests by Russia and Jewish groups, Estonians honor the memory of SS troops who fought and died for their nation’s freedom during World War II. This small Baltic country’s wartime fate discredits the simplistic view of the conflict that prevails in the US. Citing new insights on the Pantheon in Rome, Weber talks about social-cultural achievements of the ancient Greco-Roman world, and stresses that awareness of past helps to better understand our own age, society and culture. Recent news items re-confirm the accelerating “third-worldization” and general social-cultural disintegration of the US. In an update on the IHR, Weber reports on the recent move to new offices. With the help of 18 local volunteers, this laborious task was completed remarkably quickly and smoothly.

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