Weronika Kuzniar (also known as Veronica K. Clark) received her bachelor’s degree with high honors in Liberal Studies w/Global Political Science in 2005 from California State University San Marcos in North San Diego; her master’s degree with honors in Military History in 2009 from Norwich University; and she completed a year of doctoral (PsyD) courses with a 4.00 GPA in 2010 at the University of the Rockies. She has translated, edited, written and/or published more than 35 scholarly works and books to date. Visit her on the Web at https://minds.com/wilkmocy.
Hitler’s Most Significant Speech: Collector’s Edition: https://amazon.com/dp/1507618654/
Her most-recent works on Amazon.com: https://amazon.com/Weronika-Kuzniar/e/B014GA75MA/
Some "false-flag" attacks are so false, they never even actually happened. The infamous "lie that started World War II" at a transmitting station at Gleiwitz, Germany might be such a case. If so, the elusive "attack" of the night of August 31, 1939 would hardly be the greatest mythical crime pinned on prostrate Germany at Nuremberg after the war.
Hitler’s Table Talk is a worthless primary source. There, I said it. And I’m not just saying this to evoke a reaction. I’m saying it because I really mean it. The renowned “Hitler expert” Lord Dacre, better known as Hugh Trevor-Roper, knowingly and willingly engaged in a massive cover-up regarding Hitler’s Table Talk (hereafter TT). Had it not been for the outstanding research at the low cost of just $50 taken up by historian Richard Carrier, we might still be in the dark about this, 64 years after TT’s first appear-ance in the English language. Sorry to bust this bubble, Hitler and Third Reich enthusiasts, but TT is worthless. In this article, I will establish three things: 1) that Hugh Trevor-Roper knowingly and willingly engaged in academic fraud for profit and prestige, 2) that TT is a worthless primary source, and 3) that renowned Hitler “experts”, both revisionist and mainstream, have failed the public regarding reliable Hitler primary sources.