Vol. 11 (2019)

Vol. 11 · www.InconvenientHistory.org · 2019

Inconvenient History seeks to revive the true spirit of the historical revisionist movement; a movement that was established primarily to foster peace through an objective understanding of the causes of modern warfare.

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Vol. 11 (2019)

The Mauthausen Trial: A Disgrace to American Justice

The Mauthausen trial began on March 29, 1946 and ended on May 13, 1946. It was among the biggest and most-important of the Dachau trials, proceeding against 61 defendants, including camp personnel, prisoner functionaries and civilian workers. The Mauthausen trial is noteworthy in that it produced more death sentences than any other trial in American history. This article will document the extreme unfairness and injustice of the Mauthausen trial.

Germany, Bastion of Europe: Stalin’s War of Conquest

Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941 is widely presented by historians as an unprovoked act of aggression by Germany. Hitler is typically described as an untrustworthy liar who maliciously abrogated the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact he had signed with the Soviet Union. Historians usually depict Joseph Stalin as a hapless victim of Hitler’s aggression, but the Soviet archives show that the Soviet Union had amassed the largest and most-powerful army in history. Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union was a desperate preemptive attack to prevent the Soviet Union from conquering all of Europe.

The Reluctant Conqueror: Germany’s Invasions of Greece, Yugoslavia and North Africa

The question is often asked: If Hitler wanted peace, why did he invade so many countries? This article explains why Germany invaded and occupied Greece, Crete, Yugoslavia as well as several areas in North Africa. It will also discuss some of the effects of Germany’s invasion and occupation of these areas.

All That for … This?

World War II was supposedly fought to stop fascist aggression and to create democratic institutions in the liberated nations of Europe. However, within a remarkably short period after the war, the Soviet Union ruthlessly subjected Eastern Europe to its totalitarian control.

Neither Germany nor Japan “Almost Built” an Atomic Bomb

Some authors claim that Germany came close to building an atomic bomb during World War II, and even that Germany produced the fissionable U-235 material used in the atomic bomb that the US dropped on Hiroshima. Other authors claim that Japan almost built an atomic bomb by the end of World War II. This article documents that neither Germany nor Japan came close to building an atomic bomb during the war.

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