WWII Archives

Legendary Diplomat Madeline Albright Just Gave Trump Flunkie Devin Nunes a Big ‘F’ You

February 9, 2018

Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright was the first woman ever to hold such high office, but she was born Marie Jean “Madlenka” Korbel on May 15, 1937, in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Just a year later in 1938 Hitler and the Nazis…

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A Japanese Car Company Smacked Trump Down in Brilliant Ad That Might Just MAGA

February 4, 2018

As seems to be the case these days, America is a divided nation this Sunday. Not just liberal vs. conservative, right vs. left, Democrats vs. Republicans, but now, for the 52nd time, AFC, vs. NFC, in the NFL. Team, vs.…

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Massive Moron Trump Tweets Bigoted ‘Counter-Punch’ At British PM – Can’t Even Do That Right

November 29, 2017

This is the story of a Wednesday in Trump’s America. First, President Donald Trump retweeted a foreign hate group’s dubious propaganda. Which included a video that assumed a teenage bully in the Netherlands was a Muslim boy because he had…

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Far-Right Trump Fan Le Pen’s Shameful Rewriting of Holocaust History Is a Fascist Family Tradition

April 10, 2017

growing fascism in Europe Many people are angry after Marine Le Pen’s latest comments on the Holocaust, which clearly echoed the rise of fascism in modern-day Europe. Just two weeks before the first round of voting, the French presidential candidate tried…

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That Time Donald Trump Said He May Have Supported Japanese Internment

July 23, 2016

Donald Trump Thinks It May Be OK To Lock People Up Based On Race When you have a candidate as awful as Donald Trump, sometimes the sheer insanity of what he says gets lost because there is just a constant onslaught of…

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Sorry Sanders, Winston Churchill Doesn’t Deserve Your Admiration

February 12, 2016

In the Democratic debate held Feb. 11, one of the candidates spoke of a political figure who they admired, and who might be an influence on their foreign policy. Unfortunately, the individual mentioned turns out to be something of an…

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On Donald Trump, Anne Frank And Auschwitz

January 28, 2016

On the morning of January 27th, 1945, Otto Frank, former spice merchant and father of two, awoke to find a scene which could hardly be imagined. Passing through the gates of the Auschwitz concentration camp which had held him prisoner…

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WWII Vet Shares His Profoundly Moving Poetry About His Lost Brother In Arms (VIDEO)

May 25, 2015

We all need to remember the true meaning behind why we, as a nation, celebrate Memorial Day. It’s not a day so much to celebrate, but rather honor and mourn those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving the…

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