Modern (>1900)

The Late Modern and contemporary era from the end of the 19th century to today.


Ernst Zundel continues the story of the Great German Holocaust in Part 2. Ernst Zundel (1939 – 2017) takes us into history that few know about; this time it´s not the Jewish Holocaust but the German tragedies during and after WWII. In 1939, Neville Chamberlain, the "Prime Minister" of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and…

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: He Would Be Canceled in Today’s America

Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008) was one of the greatest literary and political figures of the 20th Century. For the first 25 years of his life, Solzhenitsyn was an ardent supporter of Vladimir Lenin’s Soviet Revolution.This article documents how Solzhenitsyn eventually became an outspoken critic of Soviet Communism, as well as his conclusion that Jews were primarily responsible for the Bolshevik Revolution.

The Holocaust Shifting the Blame Pt. 1 (Documentary by Jews for Hitler)

In this 46 minute video, part 1 of 2, written by a Jew,  the "Holocaust" atrocity lie is examined  in a different way than normal. The "Holocaust" is examined in its historical context, and the author shows it as a fraud, amongst many frauds committed by Jews. The author looks at history before the alleged "Holocaust"…

Niels Bohr: Both Sides, Now … or Never

Niels Bohr was a great physicist who was universally admired and respected by his peers. Bohr made pioneering contributions to the understanding of atomic structure and quantum physics. Bohr also conceived the philosophical principle of complementarity, which he said applied to all important questions including physics. This article shows that, unfortunately, Bohr failed to apply his complementarity principle to understanding the origins and aftermath of World War II.

Sigmund Freud: Scientific Trailblazer or Huckster?

Sigismund (Sigmund) Schlomo Freud (1856-1939) has been rated as the sixth-most-influential scientist in world history. Medical historian Elizabeth M. Thornton writes: “Probably no single individual has had a more profound effect on 20th-Century thought than Sigmund Freud.” This article examines whether Freud deserves such notoriety—or perhaps its opposite.

Werner Heisenberg: Germany’s Maligned Scientific Genius

German physicist Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) is widely regarded as one of the greatest physicists in world history. His contributions were crucial to the development of quantum physics during the first half of the 20th Century. Unfortunately, Heisenberg’s reputation has been assailed because he worked on Germany’s atomic-bomb project during World War II. This article shows that Heisenberg’s slighted reputation is not justified, and that he risked his life in an effort to prevent the use of atomic bombs during the war.

“Saint Joseph”: Was Stalin a Defender of the Church?

The upsurge of nostalgia for Joseph Stalin in Russia is a remembrance of the greatness that Russia achieved during that era, and one which many Russians hope to see renewed. A notable seeming paradox is that this revival of Stalinism is related more to Russian messianic Slavophilism, which sees Russia as having a unique world-mission,…

‘Reexamining Assumptions’

Tomislav Sunic was born in Zagreb, Croatia, in 1953. He studied French and English at the University of Zagreb before taking a Master’s degree at California State University, Sacramento, in 1985. He received a doctorate in political science in 1988 from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has taught at California State University, the…

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