Red Army’s Operation Bagration Not D-Day Landings Broke Back of German Fascism During Summer of 1944

[The Soviet Operation Bagration which began on June 22, 1944 was one of the largest offenses in scale and one of the most decisive operations in all of World War II. It dwarfed the D-Day landings in terms of scale and the significant amount of damage it inflicted upon the Wehrmacht, which helped pave the... Continue Reading →

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Imperialism, War, and U.S. Foreign Policy: An Interview with Stephen Gowans

By Janelle Velina Stephen Gowans is an independent writer and political analyst from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada whose main focus is on U.S. foreign policy. He is the author of the widely acclaimed book, Washington’s Long War on Syria (2017). His latest book is titled, Patriots, Traitors, and Empires: The Story of Korea’s Struggle for Freedom (2018). He also has... Continue Reading →

1945: Auschwitz death camp liberated

[The fascists murdered millions of Jews, Gypsies, political dissidents, including communists. The Red Army saved the world from Hitler's genocidal tyranny. -- NP] (Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/) The Red Army has liberated the Nazis' biggest concentration camp at Auschwitz in south-western Poland. According to reports, hundreds of thousands of Polish people, as well as Jews from a number... Continue Reading →

Deep Racism: The Forgotten History Of Human Zoos

Through the 1950s, Africans and Native Americans Were Kept In Zoos As Exhibit By M.B. David Political Blindspot, February 13, 2013 Throughout the early 20th century, Germany held what was termed a, “Peoples Show,” or Völkerschau. Africans were brought in as carnival or zoo exhibits for passers-by to gawk at. Brussels, Belgium in 1958 Only decades... Continue Reading →

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