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Requiem for Rhodesia By Carlos Porter
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REVIEWS: "In re-reading this brilliant essay one should be reminded that the author was only 26 years old at the time and had not been brought up in Africa. Considering that, it is truly... More > remarkable that he could have been so unfashionably 'illiberal' and so insightful into the African psyche." (From the Bantu Education Blog) "He was dead on." "I hope more people read it, and think about how things have turned out." "Excellent summary of the situation as it was at that time." "A fact-packed read that is very hard to digest." "A sobering lengthy read... In Africa today cities and towns that once were models of grace, order, efficiency and development have either turned into sprawling urban crime-ridden slums with gridlocked traffic jams, or are decaying quietly away as the jungle and wilderness slowly reclaim what once was theirs." (From the New Rhodesian Forum)< Less
Crimes Against the Wehrmacht By Carlos Porter, Franz Seidler
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Franz W. Seidler is a Professor of Modern History at the University of the Bundeswehr, Munich. Dr. Seidler’s principal field of research is World War II. This book is intended to provide a... More > picture of the dangers posed to every German soldier by the Red Army’s conduct of partisan warfare in violation of international law. The book provides full documentation of over 300 Soviet war crimes committed in 1941-1942, accompanied by exact descriptions, many of them proven in detail by eyewitness statements and horrifying photographic evidence. Even Goebbels’ propaganda ministry was compelled to keep silent about these atrocities for fear of their possible effects on the morale of the domestic front. Only now is the full truth of the matter revealed. The photographs – more than 100 of them – are enough to make the reader’s blood run cold. The book is a shocking indictment of an army which committed truly shocking, and unpunished, war crimes – Stalin’s Red Army.< Less
Understanding the Jews, Understanding Anti-Semitism By Carlos Porter, Hervé Ryssen
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Everyone talks about the Jews, but very few people really know them. Who are they? What makes them different from everyone else? These questions are of increasingly vital importance since the Jewish... More > people play a central role in the evolution of humanity. Marx, Freud and Einstein are often cited, who long personified the genius of Judaism. Today, the Jewish contribution to world culture is an extraordinarily rich one. Their love of peace, of equality and tolerance, their untiring struggle for Human Rights, make them the world’s foremost defenders of democratic ideals. How then, can one explain anti-Semitism? This little book is a summary of the six books written by Herve Ryssen and published between 2005 and 2010. They are indispensable to an understanding of the contemporary world.< Less
War Crimes Trials and Other Essays By Carlos Porter
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Approximately 10,000 "War Crimes Trials" have been held since 1945. Trials of Japanese military personnel ended in 1949, yet "war crimes trials" of Germans and Eastern Europeans... More > continue to date. Almost invariably, the charge is "violation of the laws and customs of war," derived, in turn, from international conventions signed at the Hague in 1899 and 1907. That these trials have little or no basis in law is clear from the wording of the treaties which are said to have been violated. The illegalities of "war crimes" proceedings include the admissibility of oral and written hearsay; the introduction of the concept of "conspiracy" into international law (unknown prior to 1945); the total lack of any pre-trial inquest or forensic evidence; and trial before a court itself composed of actual "war criminals."< Less