Lepa Svetozara Radić a young hero.


Lepa Svetozara Radić, was a Bosnian Serb member of the Yugoslav Partisans who was posthumously awarded the Order of the People’s Hero  on 20 December 1951, for her role in the resistance movement against the Axis powers—becoming the youngest recipient at the time. She was executed in February 1943 at the age of 17 for shooting at… Read more »

Andrée Geulen-Herscovici rescued almost 1000 Jewish children during the Holocaust.


At the age of 18, she began teaching at a local school. This was the year during which the Nazis occupied Brussels Andrée Geulen was teaching in a school in Brussels, when one day in the summer of 1942  some of her students arrived at school with the compulsory yellow star sewn on their clothes…. Read more »

Herta Bothe a camp guard, called “Sadist of Stutthof”.


Herta Bothe was born in Teterow, Mecklenburg-Scwerin on 08-01-1921. In 1938, at age seventeen, Bothe  helped her father in his small Teterow wood shop, then worked temporarily in a factory, then as a hospital nurse. In 1939, Bothe was a member of the Leaque of German Girls . In September 1942, Bothe became the  SS… Read more »

Catholic priest Martin Bormann Jr.


Bormann was born as Martin Adolf Bormann 14 April 1930 in Grünwald , Bavaria, the oldest of the ten children of the head of the Nazi Party Chancellery and private secretary to Führer, Adolf Hitler, Martin Bormann and his wife, Gerda Buch (1909–1946).  She got the Mother’s Cross of Honour  for her ten children. The Party Chancellery (Parteikanzlei), was the name of the… Read more »

Operation Sea Lion.


Operation Sea Lion was the German plan for the invasion of Britain in World War II (1939-1945) and was planned for sometime in late 1940, after the Fall of France. With the German victory over Poland in the opening campaigns of World War II, leaders in Berlin commenced planning for fighting in the west against France… Read more »



Luftwaffe pilots blitzed on crystal meth, Goering injecting morphine with a gold syringe and the Fuhrer with the arms of a junkie. How drugs fueled the Nazis: High Hitler. On the surface, this all sounds like a modern scene, a snapshot from a 21st-century rave party or rock concert, where youngsters blow their minds on… Read more »

Children massacre in Auschwitz.


The Nazis advocated killing children of “unwanted” or “dangerous” groups either as part of the “racial struggle” or as a measure of preventative security. The Germans and their collaborators killed children for these ideological reasons and in retaliation for real or alleged partisan attacks. The Germans and their collaborators killed as many as 1.5 million children…. Read more »

People’s Court under Roland Freisler


The People’s Court was a Sondergericht (“special court”) of Nazi Germany, set up outside the operations of the constitutional frame of law. Its headquarters were originally located in the former Prussian House of Lords in Berlin,  later moved to the former Königliches Wilhelms Gymnasium at Bellevuestrasse 15 in Potzdamer Platz; a marker is located on the sidewalk nearby)…. Read more »

The Royal Air Force in WW2.


The RAF  underwent rapid expansion prior to and during the World War II. Under the  British Commonwealth Air Training Plan of December 1939, the air forces of British Commonwealth  countries trained and formed “Article XV squadrons”  for service with RAF formations.Under a parallel agreement, the Joint Air Training Scheme, South Africa trained 33,347 aircrew for the… Read more »

SS Obergruppenführer Hans-Adolf Prützmann


Hans-Adolf Prützmann, born 31 August 1901, Tolkemit, Province of West Prussia, was a Higher SS and Police Leader, as well as an SS-Obergruppenführer. He was a senior Nazi in the administration of Latvia following the German liberation of that country in 1941. (Stalin, at the behest of his many Jewish advisors, had invaded and occupied… Read more »

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