Friday, 19 August , 2022

WWII

How Pre-WW II Ukrainian Fascists Pioneered Brutal Terror Techniques; Later Improved...

By Evan Reif June 9, 2022 “Terror will be not only a means of self-defense, but also a form of agitation, which will affect friend and...

Empêchons une vague brune d’entrer au parlement !

L’extrême droite a encore progressé en obtenant 33% à la présidentielle, et même 40% dans 129 circonscriptions de France. Les idées nauséabondes, racistes, antisémites, xénophobes,...

Ukraine’s Azov Battalion swaps neo-Nazi insignia – media

By Akash Maurya May 31, 2022 The infamous nationalist unit has stopped using the controversial Wolfsangel symbol, The Times reports The infamous Azov nationalist regiment, which is...

L’Étoile jaune et la rafle du Vél’ d’Hiv

l y a quatre-vingt ans se déroulait l’innommable !Un texte inédit de Maurice Rajsfus paru dans lundimatin#340, le 29 mai 2022 Il y a 80 ans aujourd’hui,...

Attacks on monuments of the Soviet liberators

FIR follows with concern the attacks on monuments of the Soviet liberators in various European countries At the beginning of April, we had to experience...

The new EU: Erasing the memory of victory over Fascism

Protests kick off over plans to demolish Soviet memorial Multiple protesters and opposition politicians were detained in Latvia By Akash Maurya May 14, 2022 Several hundred people attempted...

“A historic sham”: Zelensky’s speech to Greece’s parliament sparks national outrage,...

By TJ Coles April 20, 2022 By inviting an Azov fighter to address Greece’s parliament, Zelensky opened the country’s historic wounds and triggered angry demonstrations that...

History and war propaganda: Timothy Snyder falsifies role of Ukrainian fascism

By David North 24 April 2022 This article was originally posted on Twitter. An article, posted today online and printed in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, is...

Back to the future: British troops in Greece (1944)

Athens 1944: Britain’s dirty secret When 28 civilians were killed in Athens, it wasn’t the Nazis who were to blame, it was the British. Ed...

On the German Occupation loan from Greece

BY TASOS ILIADAKIS Jul 31, 2011 - all those who forget the past cannot have a future A. The background During the early 1940s, Berlin, in order to...