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Category Archives: Nazis

Images of War

Young Ed Reep enters Bologna and photographs a brick wall marred by bullets under partisan blood, and shattered buildings lining the path of U.S. troops, and tanks recently hot now at rest, and a fascist’s hands touching the sky, and three citizens applauding from a balcony, and smiling young women as they rush to extend […]

Also posted in Edward Reep, Germany, Italy, Painters, Photography, World War II

Becoming a Hero

This story is from the biographical novel “Hitler Here”

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, George Thomas Clark, Hitler Here, Racism, World War II

Himmler Visits North Korea

I’m tired of people joking the Reichsfuehrer SS once gagged and almost fainted after seeing some civilians shot. I did stagger, yes, but didn’t fall or vomit and, after being helped away and recovering, I sent orders to continue shooting. That’s such a slow and messy process, I know. We don’t have any gas chambers […]

Also posted in Genocide, Germany, Heinrich Hmmler, Holocaust, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, World War II

Empty Boots

On massive foundation in Budapest park great Hungarian patriots erected me twenty-five feet high in bronze to celebrate seventieth birthday and thank for destroying Nazis. Only few years after I departed imperialists threw steel ropes around neck, burned legs with blow torches, and pulled body down to desecrate face beneath empty boots.

Also posted in Hungary, Joseph Stalin, Russia, Short Pieces - GTC, Soviet Union, World War II

Justice Right and Left

JUSTICE RIGHT AND LEFT By Walther Rathenau I was thoroughly aggrieved by the tragedy and sheer idiocy that everywhere enveloped the country. The German mark continued to plummet, along with our national wealth, and we were ever saddled with the quite unfair and unrealistic Versailles reparations assessed us not on the basis of sound international […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Hitler Here, Walther Rathenau, World War II

Eva Braun Reveals Herself

Eva Braun has many bylines in the biographical novel “Hitler Here”

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Eva Braun, Hitler Here, Photography

Speer Studs Out

This story is now in the collection “Tales of Romance”

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Albert Speer, Architecture, Holocaust, Poetry - GTC, Short Pieces - GTC, World War II

Norwegian Fascist Salute

norwegian anti muslim anders breivik sieg heils in court to commemorate blowing up eight and shooting several dozen kids next time anders breivik sieg heils court orders fascist arm amputated and used as club

Also posted in Conservatives, Crime, Mental Health, Murder, Norway, Poetry - GTC, Religion

Empty Boots

on massive foundation in budapest park great hungarian patriots erected me twenty-five feet high in bronze to celebrate seventieth birthday and thank for destroying nazis in few years without me imperialists threw steel ropes around neck burned legs with blow torches and pulled body down to desecrate face beneath empty boots To see the “Empty […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Communism, Hungarian, Joseph Stalin, Poetry - GTC, Russia, Soviet Union, World War II

Limbaugh Loves Kony

As child like thousands in Uganda I was kidnapped by Lord’s Resistance Army of Joseph Kony and tortured and raped and brainwashed for years as thousands died and am confused why free American radio talker Rush Limbaugh calls Joseph Kony Christian and attacks Barack Obama for trying to help us and through mangled lips I […]

Also posted in Africa, Barack Obama, Brainwashing, Child Molestation, Cults, Joseph Kony, Media, Poetry - GTC, Racism, Radio, Rape, Rush Limbaugh, Uganda

Nazis Attack Karl Schmitt-Rottluff

This story is part of the collection Paint it Blue

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Adolf Ziegler, Art, Ernst Ludwig Kirschner, Expressionism, George Thomas Clark, Karl Schmitt-Rottluff, Madrid, Madrid Vacation, Otto Dix, Painters, Spain

Ernst Ludwig Kirschner and his Subjects

This story is part of the collection “Paint it Blue” To see Self-Portrait as a Soldier, please click here

Also posted in Art, Ernst Ludwig Kirschner, Expressionism, Germany, Painters

Liberals and Conservatives Calling each other Nazis

A few days ago I opened my email inbox and was surprised to see a message, from a member of a conservative online publication, stating they’d used my column “Sixty Years after Hitler” but had forgotten to tell me – much less ask permission to use it.  The member further noted that many people had […]

Also posted in Conservatives, Liberals, Media