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Book Review: ‘Broken’ by Traci L. Slatton

Broken

The German occupation created controls unheard of in the city of love. How might this danger have appeared to a fallen angel, one who had already lost faith? Read More »

On 70th Anniversary of D-Day – Remembering One Man’s Story

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The truth is old soldiers do die, but they don’t ever fade away. Read More »

Book Review: Bombing Hitler: The Story of the Man Who Almost Assassinated the Führer by Hellmut G. Haasis, Translated by William Odom

In 1939 a simple, blue collar carpenter almost managed to kill Hitler. Read More »

DVD Review: The Tin Drum (Criterion Collection)

The Criterion Collection releases newly restored complete version of The Tin Drum. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Soldier by Jonathan Draxton

A murdered Nazi officer pleads for passage over the River Styx, and his fate is in our hands. Read More »

Lise Meitner: An Inspirational Life

Keeping your humanity when those around you lose theirs. The extraordinary life of Lise Meitner. Read More »

Book Review: Two Gold Coins And A Prayer by James H. Keeffe III

Amazing account of World War II survivor Lt. Col. James H. Keefe Jr. Read More »

Book Review: Studying the Jew: Scholarly Antisemitism in Nazi Germany by Alan E. Steinweis

Alan E. Steinweis' Studying the Jew looks at the complicity of academics in Nazi antisemitism. Read More »

TV Review: Nazi Collaborators – “The IRA Conspiracy”

A powerful new program premiering on The Military Channel this week. Read More »

Book Review: The Long Night: William L. Shirer and the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by Steve Wick

The Long Night examines the experiences of the journalist that gave rise to the most popular work on the history of Nazi Germany. Read More »