No. 3

Vol. 11, No. 3 · · 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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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.

Germany’s Invasion of Norway and Denmark

The question is often asked: If Hitler wanted peace, why did he invade so many countries? My book Germany’s War documents why Germany invaded or took control of Austria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, portions of the Soviet Union and other European countries. This article will analyze why Germany invaded the peaceful nations of Norway and Denmark, as well as the consequences to Norwegians of Germany’s invasion of Norway.

The Soviet Union Conspired to Foment World War II and Infiltrate the U.S. Government

Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941 is widely interpreted by historians as an unprovoked act of aggression by Germany. Adolf Hitler is typically described as an untrustworthy liar who maliciously broke the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact he had signed with the Soviet Union. Historians usually depict Joseph Stalin as an unprepared victim of Hitler’s aggression who was foolish to have trusted Hitler. This article will show that, contrary to this traditional historical narrative, Stalin conspired to start World War II and infiltrate the U.S. government to initiate American involvement in the war.

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