No. 4

Vol. 14, No. 4 · · 2022

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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Jewish Involvement in the Bolshevik Revolution

The Bolshevik Revolution in the Soviet Union was not primarily a Russian Revolution. Instead, it was primarily led by a non-Russian, Jewish ethnic minority that hated Russians and the Czar for their alleged anti-Semitism.[1] This article documents some of the evidence indicating that Jews were the driving force behind Communism and the Bolshevik Revolution. Jewish…

Sachsenhausen Camp

Although many have questioned the wisdom of prosecutions related to National Socialist crimes so long after the events, the German government has stepped up a campaign of prosecution of elderly people who were marginally involved in the operation of German detention camps. An example is the months long trial of Josef Schuetz.  Schuetz was Lithuanian-born…

The Unfortunate Allied Demand of Germany’s Unconditional Surrender

The European wars prior to World War II had traditionally ended in negotiations between the victor and vanquished. For example, all of the 15 wars which Great Britain had participated in between the end of the 16th century and 1943 ended in negotiated settlements. The announcement in January 1943 at the Casablanca Conference that the…

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