Tag Archives: WWII

IMF: Impossible Missions Force?

International Monetary Fund (est. 1945) Imagine if you will that there is a way to control foreign governments and effect regime change, without ever having to use military might, or even special ops. Hard to believe no one realizes this … Continue reading

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Man’s Inhumanity to Man

Ironic Translation: “Work Makes You Free” Are there any Holocaust deniers left in the world? I had one of those days yesterday: I read chapter five of “The Truth Behind the Bible Code” entitled ‘The Black Fire of Holocaust’; and … Continue reading

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How to Win the Propaganda War

Five Came Back (2017) We all know that war is hell. So how do you get your country to support the war effort when it becomes a necessary evil? You make documentary films. This Netflix limited series is a brilliant … Continue reading

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Was “Old Blood and Guts” Hannibal Reborn?

General George Patton (1885 – 1945) This thought has been circling the internet for a few years now, so I cannot take any credit for its truth. When I posted the article about Hannibal Barca, I had in the back … Continue reading

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Winston Churchill was his Generation’s Trump, Honestly!

Darkest Hour There is a scene in this film where Winston Churchill seems to be the only one who is willing to fight the onslaught of the German Blitzkrieg. Everyone else in the War Cabinet is looking to surrender to … Continue reading

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A Man Destined for Greatness

Winston Churchill (Nov 30, 1874 – Jan 24, 1965) Most people think this man saved the United Kingdom from being overrun by Nazis during World War II. But as always, he didn’t do it alone. His words did. The timing … Continue reading

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The Lionel and Bertie Show

The King’s Speech (2010) Queen Elizabeth II gave a speech on the 75th anniversary of VE Day. She was recreating what her father, George VI, had done on that glorious day. Did you know the King had a speech impediment? … Continue reading

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Old Friends: not a merger, but an alliance

Ford and Volkswagen First Ford announced that they weren’t going to make any more sedan cars. Then there were rumours about a merger with Volkswagen. Finally, they announced yesterday that Ford and VW would form an ‘alliance’ to build cars … Continue reading

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How to Solve an Enigma

Alan Turing: The Enigma There are two versions of this same cover: the one shown above and the one where Benedict Cumberbatch turns and faces the camera, revealing his character. (Side note: Benedict Cumberbatch is a relative of Alan Turing.) … Continue reading

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Operation Jubilee: Raid on Dieppe

A Canadian Disaster/An Allied Success During World War II there was a ‘secret war’ going on, too. This particular battle was intended to test German defences in anticipation of Operation Overload (what we call D-Day). In reality, those in control … Continue reading

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