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A Tribute

Very dangerous bombs handled by an expert.

Our brave boys are not afraid of a bit of Flak!

The war office plans its next move!

Listening in the enemy plans! Keep up the good work girls!

Everything is a joke….when you get the Joke!

A Tribute to all those brave men and women who made such great sacrifices, and many who gave their lives, so that we can enjoy our freedoms that we cherish today. We must remember that these freedoms were secured for future generations as a very high cost.


Bible Museum admits – Fake.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-10-23/bible-museum-admits-five-of-its-dead-sea-scrolls-are-fake/10420800

Now becoming common knowledge…Museums forced to admit they are Fake. Should be found guilty of Fraud also.


Catherine the Great & Bertha Krupp

By maystre – livejournal –

supporting edge of the Prussian power

As Comrade Izyum rightly pointed out, the name “Kasli casting” occurs,
most likely from the name of the German city of Kassel – which was the main center
cast iron in Germany.From here one step to the natural assumption that the real “supporting edge
Russian powers “- was located in the Ruhr.

From the official history, it is known that Russian guns made in Ekaterinburg
The state, at first it was problematic to deliver to consumers. Railways
there was not yet, and therefore guns were rafting along artificial canals to the Chusovaya River,
from there to Perm, and only then along the Volga to the final customer. And only with the advent of
railways – the old way of delivery has faded.

But the Prussian Ruhr was in exactly the same way!

The easiest route for goods from the Ruhr is down the Rhine. But this way at first
almost did not use, due to the fact that the Rhine in the lower reaches flows through the lands
the kingdoms of the Netherlands and the Netherlands were not the most friendly state
for Prussia. Therefore, the Ruhr industrialists were forced to invest in
Canal “Dortmund-Ems”, which leads from the Ruhr to the north – along the border
with the Netherlands, then connecting with the German river Ems, which flows
in the North Sea. At the mouth of the river is the German city of Emden – he was
The main port for Krupp guns.

Taking this into account, we can suggest the following identities:
– The real historical “Ekaterinburg” is the Prussian city of Essen.
– The real river “Chusovaya” is the German river Ems.
– The real river “Volga” is the river Vaal (Dutch name of the Rhine).

That modern Russian city, which today is called “Yekaterinburg” –
It was founded somewhere in the 1930s, and since its founding was called SVERDLOVSK.
This city was retroactively attributed to the history of “Yekaterinburg”.

It is believed that “Ekaterinburg” is named in honor of Catherine the Great.

The most famous woman from the Krupp dynasty is Berta Krupp (1886-1957).

Catherine and Bertha:.


Third Reich Pilgrim Part II: Ghostland. Book Release.

THIRD REICH PILGRIM Part II: Ghostland – Book Release

Book is now available for purchase – AUD$29.95 – please email hermitage75@yahoo.com.au for payment and shipping details.

I will write a little synopsis later on.

Here are the Chapters:

I – The Kingdom of Blood And Iron

II – The Mythos of Germania and the Reich

III – The End of Berlin

IV – Goslar and the Heart of Germany

V – Operation Kyffhauser

VI – The Green Knights of Totenwald

VII – Walhalla on the Danube

VIII – The Treason Within


Third Reich Joke of the Day

American soldiers “re-purpose” a German Sturmgeschutze III tank. Great idea, I mean, the Americans would not get very far in their Sherman props, so just use German props instead, at least they worked. This would not create any confusion in the “chaos of war zones”, no not at all, because as you can see, the German Balkenkreuz has been painted over and an American military star painted on, so it’s easily recognizable at long distance, especially in the smoke and haze, rain and mud, and at night time; and the brave young men were all trained to work the “enemies” machinery and tanks, so they could just re-purpose, a lick of paint, jump in, and away you go to Berlin! Planes could easily tell the difference from the air also: “Oh, that’s our boys down there in a German tank, a cuckoo crew, hold fire.”

From “Fielding Captured Weapons: The Allied and Axis Approaches” –

Using the captured weapons and equipment of an enemy is commonplace during war. Frontline soldiers often find themselves short of what they need to accomplish their missions and quickly become ingenious at filling these holes in their order of battle with whatever they can find, capture or pilfer.”

You see, it’s written in military technical jargon, so it must be true. Young, brave men, with little training, no experience and hardly any education, are natural geniuses who can adapt quickly, without instruction, to any chaotic Frontline war zone, easily taking possession of highly technical weapons and equipment of their enemies and then using it against the enemy, to “knock them out” with their own weapons, and this is commonplace, happens all the time in war, and it is very effective. It is known, for example, that the British used to like adopting German tanks also, instead of using their own M13/40s, they would just capture some German Tiger and Panther tanks, get the Germans to surrender, which the Germans were very good at, and then jump in and continue on in the German tanks. Often the Germans would then continue on with the British, working as captured crewmen and mechanics in the Cuckoo Tanks, to keep the tanks going for as long as possible, so that more and more German tanks could be captured and re-purposed. To avoid any confusion in the field and to avoid friendly fire, the tanks were painted with easily identifiable identifications, or a flag, or something. Or just left as they were for a sneaky ambush.


The Art of War