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Every Immigrant is Undesirable: British policy 1905-2018

British immigration policy isn’t driven by humanitarian principles. Anti-immigrant legislation began in 1905 with the Aliens Act. Mass immigration from Eastern Europe was halted in 1905 because most were destitute and wealth was the sole criterion used for desirability. Nazi … Continue reading

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British neo-fascists in the House of Lords (March 1939)

The House of Lords 29th March 1939 One speaker called for the publication in English of an unabridged translation of Hitler’s Mein Kampf at a price of no more than a shilling a copy- so impressed was he by the … Continue reading

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Could an objective observer have identified Nazi Germany as the ‘worst of the worst’ in the 1930s?

The horrors of the Holocaust were a pivotal turning point in international relations. Interventionists believe the Holocaust was preventable. They further believe that diplomats prevented intervention because nation-states were deemed to be sovereign in their domestic policies. Implicit in interventionist … Continue reading

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The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact 1939: Bismarck’s Final Triumph

              The most audacious diplomatic pact of the twentieth century was between Nazi Germany and the USSR: the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (23rd Aug 1939). It was audacious but stood in the tradition of German foreign … Continue reading

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The Attempted Assassination of Adolf Hitler, 20th July 1944

Wolf’s Lair (Wolfsschanze) was impregnable. It was Hitler’s headquarters in northern Poland, or Grosse Deutschland as he put it. It was impregnable to everything except treachery. On the 20th July 1944, Claus von Stauffenberg tried to commit that treacherous act. … Continue reading

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Abandoning Civilisation

Abandoning civilisation, Ordinary Germans became ordinary Nazis Knowing tomorrow belonged to them. The new civilisation embraced hatreds that Buried the Christian message of love. Buried it and created Untermensch. Abandoning their minds to Evangelical certainty- Hitler’s certainty- Born again Vandals, … Continue reading

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