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And one day for no reason at all...

Published on 23 Feb 2021 / In History

Speaking of the German Revolution...

Roscoe Jones and Myles Poland discuss a relatively lesser known event of post WWI history and how its (possibly intentional) omission from the public conscious paints the rise of early twentieth century nationalist movements in an intentionally negative light.

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pastprovespresent 2 months ago

I wish they had included more details, such as the food blocade at the end of WWI that caused 1.5 million Germans to starve to death. Some committed suicide, because they couldn't bear it. The blocade was a way of putting a gun to Germany's head to force them to sign the Versailles Treaty. Everyone knew that treaty wasn't fair and was the real cause of WWII. Native Germans being butchered in Poland in German lands that were given to Poland didn't help either. Women and children were raped and tortured.

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Soldier1 2 months ago

I've always wondered about Hitler's mustache. So much history has been hidden. I loved history in school, but only recently found out about the Holomodor and the brutality inflicted on Germany after WWII. I had heard about Bolsheviks also, but didn't know much about the Russian Revolution either. Thank God for sites like this that put the ugly truth out there. In a nutshell it's "the jews did it"!

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