Carolyn Yeager begins the program reading from The Fire: The Bombing of Germany 1940-1945 by Jörg Friedrich about the firebombing of Pforzheim, the clock-and-jewelry-making city of 65,000 near the Black Forest. The other topics were:
Yalta “Big Three” Conference of Feb. 4-11, 1945 mandated the mistake of “Unconditional Surrender” and was a give-away to the interests of the Soviet Union, both of which resulted in the death and enslavement of many millions of European civilians;
Adolf Hitler’s purported 1919 connection with the “Reds,” as put forth by Harold Marcuse, debunked;
Changes made to Elie Wiesel’s book Night in 2006 are for the purpose of turning a novel into an autobiography.
Rodney calls in commenting on distortions about National Socialism.
Jamie Kelso has just uploaded two more issues of Instauration to the web, the May and June 1995 issues (at InstaurationOnline.com and WhiteNewsNow.com). The Feb. 20, 2012 radio show takes material from the June 1995 issue on Senator Strom Thurmond to compare the third-party scene in 1948 when Thurmond headed the States Rights Democratic Party (Dixiecrats) ticket with this year’s Merlin Miller third party run for American Third Position Party.