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January 1, 1944, Deoxyribonucleic Acid, better known as DNA, the carrier of genetic information is discovered in America by Canadian born medical researcher, Oswald Avery. Although the Soviet Army is able to drive back the Germans from Leningrad, on January 18th, a little more than two years after its siege 830,000 Leningrad civilian lives will be lost. Two Hundred Germans are taken as prisoners on January 22nd when 36,000 US and British soldiers land around Anzio, Italy, 37 miles south of Roma. Australians fighting in Papua New Guinea win a major battle against Japan, sending them into retreat on January 26th. Hard fighting begins against the US and British Allies on February 3rd when Germany sends troops against them around Anzio. February 26th, guerilla forces kill more than 21,500 German soldiers and derails 136 military trains near Estonia during a six-week campaign; three German divisions are also destroyed, 17 more are routed while 189 tanks and 1800 artillery pieces are captured by the Red Army. In a broadcast from Berlin on March 1st, Arab nationalist and Muslim leader Amin al-Husseini instructs Muslim members of the Waffen-SS 13th Division to “Kill the Jews wherever you find them;” he states that: “This pleases God, History and Religion, this saves your honor. God is with you.” On March 24th US President Roosevelt sends out a warning to Hungary to refrain from anti-Jewish measures. Jewish children and their elderly are dragged from their homes in the ghettos of Kaunas, Lithuania on the 27th of March; 1,800 are murdered with an additional 40 Jewish police officers who tried to render aid. By May 16th, 5,200 Jews from Athens, Greece and 180,000 from Hungary arrive in Auschwitz.

 

The Allied D-Day invasion of Normandy, France lands 50,000 American, British and Canadian troops onto the beaches of Omaha, Utah, Juno, Gold and Sword on June 6th with a codename of “Operation Neptune.” On June 15th twenty-thousand American Marines land on the shores of Saipan. With 200 divisions, 2.3 billion soldiers, nearly 6,000 tanks and a mass of artillery, the Soviet Union launches “Operation Bagration” on June 22nd against 34 German divisions in Belorussia. By July 7th, Hungary’s leader, Admiral Horthy halts the deportation of Jews at the advancement of the Soviet army. German officers attempt to assassinate Hitler on July 20th, the attempt would fail, and eight officers would later be hanged with piano wire. Japan loses Saipan and on July 24th American troops land in Tinian where Napalm is used. August 1st, underground members of the Polish Home Army in Warsaw are ordered by their government leader, who is exiled in London, to begin an uprising and attack the Germans. American troops add Guam with Saipan and Tinian to their victory over Japan on August 10th. August 29th -September 6th, 60,000 Slovak troops turn against Jozef Tiso, a supporter of German government; Soviet troops besiege Bucharest, Romania and Bulgaria declares war on Germany. No longer able to launch his V1 rockets from France, Hitler launches his longer range V2 rockets from the Netherlands on September 8th in hopes that this move will turn the war around in Germany’s favor. At the signing of a preliminary peace agreement with the Soviet Union on September 9th, Finland agrees to expel all German troops from its territories and to hold war crimes trials. When American troops cross into Germany’s western borders on the 11th of September, 2,129 German children die along with 2,742 women and 1,766 men; among the dead are 368 prisoners of war, as well as 936 German military personnel and 492 foreigners who were forced laborers; another 6,000 dead were not able to be identified for a grant total of 14,433 dead. Without the help of Stalin, the Warsaw uprising of members of the Polish Home Army against Germany failed, on October 2nd 150,000 Poles die; but with the death of 26,000 plus Germans, Germany evacuates Warsaw destroying it as they move along. On October 10th, in a meeting with Stalin in Moscow without an Allied US representative, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill makes a secret agreement with Stalin regarding world influence. Horthy, Hungary’s leader, asks during a radio broadcast on October 15th for a non-aggression treaty with the Soviet Union. October 16th, the Red Army reaches Germany’s eastern border of East Prussia. The Germans evacuate Belgrade, Serbia on October 19th, one day later, the Soviet army arrives. During the Battle of Leyte Gulf on October 25th, while knowing that they are losing the war against the United States, Japan runs suicide raids in its kamikaze airplane attacks against US ships in the Pacific. November 7th, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt wins by election a fourth term to the presidency of the United States of America. With the imminence of defeat looming, Hitler flees from his headquarters in East Prussia to an underground bunker below the Reichskanzlei in Berlin on the 20th day of November. One Hundred B29 American bombers traveled 1550 miles from Tinian to bomb Tokyo on November 24th. Believing that their god is on their side, Japan launches another raid of suicide kamikaze attacks against the US Navy in the Philippines on the 25th of November. Germany withdraws the last of its troops from Albania on November 29th. Hitler launches an offensive attack, “Operation Watch of the Rhine” against the US forces in Belgium on December 16th. The Brits bomb the Gestapo headquarters in Oslo, Norway on December 31st.

 

January 11, 1945, the Soviet Army enters Warsaw, Poland and commands 180 divisions against Germany’s seventy-five. As the Soviet Army advances toward Auschwitz, Germans began to evacuate slave laborers and inmates by foot to farther points on January 18th, anyone falling behind in the freezing temperatures are shot to death. January 20th, “The Russians are coming;” as Soviet troops encroach further into East Prussia, more than two million Germans flee. On January 26th, the Soviet Army reaches Auschwitz, Poland, the place of three camps: prison, extermination and slave labor. February 2nd, Ecuador declares war on Japan. The United States Army converges upon Manila in the Philippines on February 3rd  and the battle for Manila begins. February 7th, Paraguay declares war on Germany and Japan and five days later Peru does the same. Peru, Paraguay, Chile and Ecuador join the United Nations on February 14th.  On February 15th, after two days of burning, the US Airforce joins Britain in bombing Dresden, Germany which burns for a total of seven days, resulting in the deaths of 59,773. Today, also on the 15th, Venezuela and Uruguay declare war on Germany and Japan. Out of frustration from an apparent observation of losing the war, Japanese troops hold 5,000 Filipinos in Manila hostage on February 17th and begin to release their frustration and anger onto civilians by killing several thousand of men and women, young and old. February 19th, American Marines land on Iwo Jima. Egyptian Prime Minister, Ahmed Pasha declares war on Germany and Japan on February 24th, hours later he is assassinated. March 1st, Iran and Saudi Arabia declare war on Japan. The battle for Manila ends on the 3rd of March: 1,010 US troops are dead along with 16,000 Japanese and 100,000 Filipinos. Today, Finland also declares war on Germany. March 7th, Romania declares war on Japan. Possibly upwards of 200,000 residents of Tokyo die on March 9th after tons of incendiary American bombs are dropped with the ability to consume oxygen and suffocate all breathing creatures within their reach. March 16th, the last of the Japanese resistance on Iwo Jima ends. Fifty-thousand US Army and Navy troops land on Okinawa, Japan on the 1st of April. When Hitler’s Gestapo phones Germany’s first concentration camp at Buchenwald to inform them that he is on his way to blow up the camp and its inmates on April 11th, the call is answered by an inmate pretending to be a camp administrator -the real camp administrators had already fled due to the impending arrival of the US Army- the inmate responds with the lie: “Do not bother, it has already been done.” Also, on today Chile declares war on Japan. April 12th, the United States of America 32nd President, President Franklin D. Roosevelt dies at age 63 of a cerebral hemorrhage. By the time British and Canadian troops liberate the concentration camp at Bergen-Belsen, Germany on April 15th, 60,000 starving and acutely ill men are surrounded by the bodies of 13,000 dead men; inmates are dying at a rate of 500 per day mostly from typhus (a bacterial infectious disease caused by body lice.) April 28th, the body of Benito Mussolini is hung after he is captured and shot by Italian partisans while fleeing northward towards Germany; his last words are reported to have been: “I’m sorry.”

 

April 30, 1945 -Adolf Hitler prepares his last will and testament, apologizes for nothing, blames Germany’s failures on others then commits suicide. “Atlas, he who barked such Greatness and Great Power and caused so much human tragedy, destruction and carnage is after all he himself a spineless Coward!”   

May 1st, Hitler’s most devoted associate and Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany, Paul Joseph Goebbels murders his wife, six children and dogs before committing suicide; “The dog (Goebbels) who blindly follows a foolish master (Hitler,) follows him into death.”

May 2nd-8th, the Soviet Union announces the fall of Berlin and a whipped Germany surrenders unconditionally to Allied forces!!!!!!!!! After the Soviet Union enters Prague, the respect of Czech people for Germans has failed and on May 9th the people call for the “Death of Germans” which begins a week of revenge against Germans of theft, rape, brutalization and murder. Among the most powerful men in Nazi Germany orchestrating the Holocaust, Heinrich Luitpold Himmler commits suicide with cyanide at the age of 44 on May 23rd when captured by the British.

 

June 21st, after more than three months of fighting since the 50,000 US Naval and Army troops landed on Okinawa, the battle ends with 18,900 US troops dead or missing, 100,000 Japanese soldiers dead (many by suicide,) and at least one-third of the Japanese civilian population of 150,000 dead (many by suicide.) In San Francisco, CA USA, 50 nations sign the United Nations charter on the 26th of June. The United States of America successfully explodes the first atomic bomb on July 16th in New Mexico. July 17th-21st, Stalin reaffirms the Soviet Union’s commitment to war against Japan; Stalin, Churchill and the newly appointed US President, Harry S. Truman (former Vice President) attends the Potsdam Conference near Berlin where President Truman approves the use of the atomic bomb. July 25th, Japan conducts talks with Soviet officials regarding an end to war of an unconditional surrender, which to the Japanese would be an unacceptable dishonor. Great Britain’s Prime Minister, Winston Churchill is succeeded after elections by Clement Attlee on July 26th. US President Truman cables Japan from Potsdam on the 27th of July and warns of “utter devastation to the Japanese homeland” if Japan does not surrender unconditionally. August 6th-15th, Japan has not accepted the offer of unconditional surrender and the United States drops the atomic bomb on Hiroshima; the Soviet Union declares war on Japan, the United States drops a second bomb on Nagasaki and Japan’s Emperor, Hirohito surrenders. August 15th-September 2nd, Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam declare their independence.

September 2, 1945, Japan signs the instrument of surrender aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay.

October 15th, the country of Poland becomes the 51st member of the United Nations. War crimes trials begin in Nuremberg, Germany on the 20th of November. Despite the role the Soviet Union played throughout World War II, US Senator, James Eastland warns the American people about Russian American citizens describing them as “Mongolian hordes stalking the streets of Western civilization as conquerors;” he further states on December 4th that: “Americans must realize that Russia is a predatory, aggressor nation, and that today she follows the same fateful road of conquest and aggression with which Adolf Hitler set the world on fire.”

 

To be Continued…

Coming: Japhetic History The 20th Century Part 12

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January 2-19, 1942, Japan goes on the war path and invades Manila, Indonesia, Borneo, New Guinea and Burma; second generation Japanese members of the Hawaii National Guard are discharged and regarded as “enemy-aliens,” while Japanese-Americans are segregated out of US Army units on the US mainland on the 23rd. The previous summer’s German siege of Leningrad in the Soviet Union -present-day St. Petersburg- begin to show signs of starvation and cannibalism by the 25th, citizens of Leningrad are beginning to eat their pets. Hitler’s regime learns about the Wunderwaffen on February 26th by German physicist Werner Heisenberg, a new atomic wonder weapon. On February the 28th and the following week or so, Japan lands troops on Java and New Guinea and procures control of the Dutch East Indies, closing all European schools, banks and putting all Dutch males in prison camps. In Lublin, Poland, Jews are removed from ghetto camps on the 21st of March and sent to extermination camps. Japanese-Americans are more numerous in Hawaii, but the ones from the war zone areas of the Pacific Coast are who the US Government begin to move to internment camps two days after the Jews in Poland are moved to extermination camps. By March 27th, box cars of Jews begin arriving from all over Europe to the extermination camp in Auschwitz, Poland; the Jews make up 60% of the prisoners. March 31st, the Soviet Union is shamed by a failed attempt to free Leningrad; and a discrepancy of the death toll ensues between 20,000 and 300,000. Considered as a “Japanese War Crime,” The Bataan Death March begins on April 9th where the forcible transfer to Camp O’Donnell by the Imperial Japanese Army of roughly 60,000 to 80,000 American and Filipino prisoners of war over approximately 69 miles brought a disputed estimate death toll of 18,000 Filipino deaths and 650 American deaths due to physical abuse and vicious excessive killings. Despite causing no substantial damage, the USA is quite optimistic over their sixteen-bomber strike against Tokyo on the 18th of April. One-thousand American/Filipino army force in Manila Bay surrenders on May 6th to the Japanese. Planning to secure oil fields in a strategy to siege the port of Sevastopol in the Crimea, Hitler passes on the 8th of May in the Caucasus region of the Soviet Union. May 12th, an American cargo ship in the mouth of the Mississippi River is sunk by a German U-boat; while 1,500 Jews are being gassed at the extermination camp in Auschwitz, Poland. Roughly 170,000 Russians of the Soviet army become prisoners of war on May 20th as Hitler eradicates the Soviet army in the Crimea; just nine days later, another 250,000 are captured as the Germans move into the Kharkov region of the Soviet Union.

 

June 1st, the United States of America aids the Soviet Union by sending Lend-Lease materials (food, oil, supplies, warships and warplanes.) Reinhard Heydrich, Germany’s Governor in Prague, is wounded on the 2nd of June when two Czech commandos parachute into their homeland and attack. Between June 4-7th in the Battle of Midway, the United States outwits Japan and permanently damages its Naval striking power. In Lidice of the Czech Republic, 173 males are massacred on the 10th when German Governor Reinhard Heydrich dies from his wounds. By June 21st, the war between The Soviet Union and Germany enters its second year; 8.7 million Russian military personnel will die to Germany’s 2,415,690. July 13th, the Germans execute another 5,000 Jews at Rovno, in the Polish Ukraine and another 1,500 are shot in Josefov. As German Catholic leaders protest, in Paris the police round up 12,887 and send them to the Drancy Interment Camp; while Jews in the Netherlands are being sent to their deaths on the 16th of July. Between July 28-31st, another estimated 10,000 Jews are exterminated by the Germans in Minsk, Byelorussia. August 4th, the first train load of Jews depart from Belgium to the extermination camp in Auschwitz. Three days later, ethnic Estonians part of the 36th Nazi Police Battalion massacre 2,500 Jews at Novogrudok, Byelorussia. In Los Angeles, California USA, between August 10-11th, the police incarcerate in the vicinity of 600 Mexicans and charge them with suspicion of assault or suspicion of robbery. Labor strikes and demonstrations against the British break out across India on August 13th during what became known as “Quit India,” a movement of boycotting British goods and telling Britain to quit India. August 22nd, Brazil declares war on Germany and Italy. Seven thousand more Jews are rounded up on the 26th in Vichy France; while a Russian offensive west of Moscow manages to push back the Germans 15 to 20 miles. September 1st, the German army has reached within 62 miles of the Caucasus Mountains, an area of the Soviet Union producing one of the richest petroleum. A United States forest near Brookings, Oregon fails to ignite after incendiary bombs are dropped from a Japanese float plane launched from a submarine on September 9th, but in Zhejiang, China, more than 400 die of the bubonic plague after Japan successfully drops germ bombs on villagers. The tide of war turns against Germany to defeat on the 23rd of September when a counter-offensive is launched at Stalingrad by the Russians. In October, the German policy on exterminating Jews is amended to include them, along with banning the execution of hostile Belarussians to send them to Germany as forced laborers to deal with the lack of labor power in the war against the Soviet Union. October 23rd, the Brits begin an offensive artillery torrent at El Alamein in Egypt; quite possibly the vastest artillery assault since World War I. October 27th, in Starachowice, Poland, the strong Jews are set apart from the weak ones; the strong are sent by the Germans to work as forced laborers, while the weak Jews are herded to the extermination camp at Treblinka, Poland. In the United States, the chief of the Foreign Relations Bureau of the Los Angeles sheriff’s office, Captain Edward E. Duran Ayres, submits an official report alleging Mexicans to be essentially Orientals and therefore are inferior to Europeans, having a “nature of violence” and a tendency to ”kill.” On October 29th, 16,000 more Jews are violently exterminated by European Nazi Germany in the Soviet city of Pinsk. An Anglo-American force (Britain and United States) overtake French colonies in Morocco and Algeria on the 8th of November, this leads to Vichy France breaking diplomatic ties with the United States. Three days later, 745 French Jews are deported to the extermination camp at Auschwitz. Between November 13-15th, the United States loses 1,500 men in the war against Japan at Guadalcanal; and another 526 in Operation Torch with the Vichy French troops in Algeria. November 29th, the Germans industriously attempts to deliver supplies to more than 200,000 men trapped in Stalingrad; but within weeks, Mussolini foresees an unwinnable two-front war and sends an envoy to Hitler to discuss a peace settlement with the Soviet Union. December 16th, the Soviet Union forces plunder Roman and Italian troops at the River Don about 100 miles outside of Stalingrad. December 31st, only about 10% of the supplies from Germany to 200,000 men trapped in Stalingrad have been delivered; while German transport aircrafts are being intercepted by Soviet anti-craft fire and fighter planes.

 

January 1, 1943, in order to avoid a cut off by Soviet forces from the northeast in the Caucasus region, Germany’s 1st Panzer army retreats. Finland already sees Germany as losing the war when seven Soviet armies launch “Operation Ring” on January 4th against the Germans at Stalingrad. On January 18th, in a six-day offensive -Operation Iskra- the Soviet Union break German hold and establishes a land bridge to Leningrad; while the Jews in Warsaw’s Jewish Ghetto rise up and attempt to defend themselves. Mihai Antonrscu, Romania’s foreign minister, ask Mussolini to begin negotiations with the Allies on January 19th. A day later, seeing the handwriting on the wall, Chile’s government breaks diplomatic ties with Germany, Italy and Japan. January 21st, on the French territory, the Italian occupation authorities refuse to deport Jews; and the British forces capture Tripoli from the Germans on the 23rd. US President Roosevelt, UK Prime Minister Churchill and French leaders: Henri Giraud and Charles DeGaulle at a 10-day meeting in Casablanca on January 24th, reckon that the war must end with absolute surrender of all enemy nations; but Hitler orders his German troops at Stalingrad to fight to the death. January 27th, the United States make a bomb raid on Berlin, followed by the British joining in three days later on the 30th.  What began on December 17, 1942, “Little Saturn,” a Soviet offensive against Germany ends on January 31st with the German commander, Field Marshal Paulus, 16 German generals and German troops surrendering at Stalingrad. February 16th, students paint the words “Freedom” and “Down with Hitler” on university buildings in Munich, Germany. Churches in the Netherlands finally lead a protest of the persecution of Jews on the 17th of February. A Munich professor and five students are beheaded on February 22nd after their graffiti on university buildings is reported as treason. Jews in the Netherlands are deported to the Sobibor concentration camp on the second of March. After Japan’s attempt to put 100,000 troops from Japan and China on New Guinea, at the five-day Battle of Bismarck Sea on March 5th, only about 800 Japanese troops make it to New Guinea; much of Japan’s navy is destroyed and about 2,890 sailors and soldiers are killed. April 19th, the Germans launch a large-scale attack against the Jews fighting to defend themselves in the Warsaw ghetto; the uprising is defeated a little more than a month later. The Italians and Germans are defeated in North Africa on May 13th by the Anglo-American, British and US forces.

 

July 5-12th, in the largest armored engagement of battles, the Soviet Red Army at Kursk with 20,000 artillery pieces, 1,300,000 men, 2,400 aircraft and 3,600 tanks crush Germany’s Hitler with 2,700 tanks and assault guns, 800 men and 1,800 aircraft. Anglo-American forces land in Sicily, Italy on the 10th of July; Germans begin to evacuate Sicily a day later. July 11th, a cowardice Mussolini visits Hitler and in seeking Germany’s protection agrees to give Germany control over Italy’s military; and the United States air force bombs Rome. Mussolini is arrested on July 25th and a new Italian government is formed. August 6th, Sweden cancels its passage agreement with Germany. Marshal Pietro Badoglio, head of the new Italian government, on a radio broadcast on the 8th of September announces that hostility against the Anglo-American forces will cease. September 12th, Mussolini is rescued from prison in the Abruzzi mountains by the Germans who launch an attack against the Allied Anglo-American forces at the Gulf of Salerno, south of Naples, Italy. Marshal Pietro Badoglio has informed US General Eisenhower that he “His Majesty The King of Italy” has declared war on Germany on October 13th. Ball-bearing factories at Schweinfurt, Germany are bombed by US air forces on October 14th. The Soviet army takes Kiev, Ukraine on the 6th of November. A total of 4,690 are killed and only 110 Japanese survive after 17 aircraft carriers, 66 destroyers and 36 transports, 8 heavy and 4 light cruisers and 12 battleships carrying 35,000 US marines and the Army’s partial 27th Infantry Division attack 24 islands of the Tarawa Atoll in the Battle of Tarawa between November 20-23rd. US President Roosevelt meets with UK’s Prime Minister Churchill and China’s Generalissimo Chiang Kai‑shek in Cairo, Egypt between the 22nd and 26th of November and establishes that Japan will be stripped of the Pacific islands seized since World War I and that all territories stolen from China will be returned to the Republic of China. December 24th, US General Eisenhower is made supreme commander of the Allied invasion of western Europe.

 

To be Continued…

Coming: Japhetic History The 20th Century Part 11

29d1fb9a4391b42f40f0366258910699Japhetic History – The 20th Century Part 10 Copyright 2019 by Dear Japheth Blog. All Rights Reserved. This Blog is intended for Accuracy of History, Giving Hope to the hopeless, and Freeing the Mind! 


On January 8, 1940, Finland puts the Soviet Union to shame when a Finnish force destroys the Russian 44th Assault Division, which ends the Battle of Suomussalami in the Winter War beginning the previous year in November over a border dispute. Stalin has more than 82,000 of Poland’s former policeman and soldiers imprisoned in camps between the months of February and March; in a clever attempt of Stalin to locate their families, prisoners are allowed to write letters to loved ones back home. The Katyn Massacre is signed by Stalin on March 5th ordering the execution of all captive members of the Polish Officer Corps, later to include the round-up of all family members of those captured as well. The Winter War comes to an end the 12th of March with the signing of a peace treaty in Moscow between the Soviet Union and Finland. On April 17th Polish gypsies are sterilized and sent to concentration camps and forced to work in Germany’s arms industry. German-occupied Oslo, Norway is bombed by Britain on April 22nd. On the 25th, Germany issues its final warning to Britain to stop its aerial warfare; and the United States has moved its naval base of Pacific Ocean fleet from San Diego, California to Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on May 1st, closely directed at Japan, a move to which Japan’s Admiral describes as: “tantamount to a dagger pointed at our throat.” Winston Churchill becomes Prime Minister on May 10th and Britain invades Iceland, while Hitler sends an army of troops into Belgium and Holland. Within five days, British bombers fly night raids against German cities.

 

On June 5th Hitler sends his army into France, by the 10th he drives British forces out of Norway and Italy declares war on Britain and France. Prime Minister Paul Reynaud refuses to sign a peace treaty with Hitler and resigns, a treaty is signed between Germany and France with France’s new Minister, General Philippe Petain on June 22nd, followed by a peace treaty between France and Italy two days later. On July 3rd a French fleet anchored in the Algerian ports of Oran and Mers-el-Kebir refuses an invite to join the British navy, so Britain sinks it; resulting the next day in France breaking diplomatic ties with Britain. On July 25th, US President Roosevelt mandates a partial trade embargo against Japan of aviation fuel, lubricates and high-grade scrap metal. After outlining a peace agreement with Britain just three weeks prior, Hitler begins to send a flotilla of airplanes against Britain, targeting fighter-plane air bases and radar stations on the 8th of August. The threat to demolish British cities by Hitler if Britain does not stop its bombing runs on Germany is followed up with dropped plans for a cross-channel invasion of Britain on the 16th of September when Hitler fails to destroy Britain’s air power. Hostility grows in the US against Japan after its parliament declares a holy war against China; and on September 26th the United States imposes a total embargo on all scrap metal shipments to Japan. Primarily aimed against the United States, Germany, Italy and Japan signs an agreement: The Tripartite Pact on September 27th, which propels Japan’s declaration of war against the United States of America. A little more than two-weeks later on October 16th, US President Roosevelt opens registration for the draft of American men called to war. Mussolini invades Greece without warning on the 28th of October, forcing Britain to send a naval force against the Italians. On November 10th, the US New York Times reports that ten-thousand Jews have been deported from Germany into France, in preparation of sending them to Madagascar. Five hundred German aircrafts raid the city of Coventry in England for ten hours on the 14th of November, followed by a two-day bombing of the German city of Hamburg by more than 200 British aircrafts on November 16th. A British offense is initiated against Italy in North Africa on December 9th and its forces enters the Italian colony of Libya four days later. When the French request help from the United States on December 21st with Jewish emigration, the administration of President Roosevelt refuses to help. After the German air force bombs the city of London, the British government lifts censorship for US reporters on the 30th of December in hopes of encouraging a United States entry into the war. Meanwhile, on the 31st it is reported that spending is lifting the US out of the depression and millions are headed to work in what is called the defense industry.

 

Between the 22nd and 23rd of January 1941, Romanian Jews are hunted like prey by a pack of armed wild dogs during an anti-Jewish violence raid in Romania, leaving 120 dead in the streets. On January 27th, Joseph Grew, US Ambassador to Japan, notifies the US State Department of the discovery of Japan’s plans to attack Pearl Harbor in the event of a Japanese/American war. In British victories over Italy, the Brits take Somalia and invade Ethiopia on the 26th of February. Britain severs relationship with Bulgaria between the 1st and 5th of March after Bulgaria joins the German-Italian-Hungarian-Romanian alliance, being promised most of Thrace and Macedonia, and the eastern part of Serbia; Bulgarians set out a welcome mat for German troops and the move is denounced by The Soviet Union. When Hitler invites Yugoslavia’s Prince Paul to bid his share in the “New World Order” on March 4th, the presumption of a German invasion of The Soviet Union prompts Prince Paul to inform the King of Greece, who is brother-in-law who then informs the British; three days later, five-thousand British soldiers land in Greece. The Lend Lease Act was signed into law by US President Roosevelt on the 11th of March, enabling the United States of America to send war materials and ships to those European nations who are at war. With the slogan “Rather death than slavery,” a coup in Belgrade establishes a powerful regime hostile to Germany and Italy on the 26th of March, a day after Yugoslavia’s government joins the German-Italian-Hungarian-Romanian alliance. After Gillani, the former prime minister of Iraq, promises Iraqi oil to the Germans, the royal palace in Baghdad is surrounded by Iraqi soldiers forcing royalty to flee and escape on April 1st; the area is still occupied by a couple hundred of British troops. Two days later, Gillani takes power in Baghdad with the help of four army generals; Jews are beaten in the cities of Amara, Basrah, Fallujah, Irbil, Kirkuk and Mosul and murdered in Baghdad. On the 4th of April, US President Roosevelt extends the United States defense zone eastward to Iceland and westward to the coast of Africa; and allows Britain’s Navy to repair and refuel its ships in the United States. The Soviet Union signs a treaty of friendship on April 5th with the new anti-fascist regime in Yugoslavia, despite having a pact with Hitler. A day later, Hitler sends troops into Greece and Yugoslavia; Albanian and Italian forces join the invasion of Yugoslavia; Bulgaria joins the invasion of Greece and German planes bomb Belgrade. British occupation of Egypt warns on the 14th of April if Cairo is bombed, the British air force will attack Rome. May 10th the House of Commons in London is destroyed by German planes and a German air strike begins against the British in Iraq. Three-Thousand six hundred Jews are arrested in Paris, France on the 14th of May; while hundreds of Orthodox Serbs in Croatia are slaughtered for not producing certificates of conversion to Catholicism after being obligated to attend a thanksgiving service to show gratitude for the fascist state of Croatia. The British war in East Africa comes to an end with the surrender of Italy on May 20th.

 

June 1-2, a handful of Moslems open their homes to feed and protect Jews when violence erupts against them in Iraq after British forces enters Baghdad and reinstates King Faisal’s regent. The Republic of Croatia orders all Jews to wear a star, and Germany bombs the port at Alexandria, Egypt, causing Egypt’s cabinet to resign on June 4th. Syria is offered independence from the Brits after the British and the Free French attack French forces in Syria on the 8th of June. The beginning of what is to become known as “The United Nations” is forged June 12th when a declaration of unity and sense of purpose is signed in London by Britain, Canada, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa and the exiled governments of Belgium, Poland, Yugoslavia, Greece, Norway, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Czechoslovakia and Charles de Gaulle for a Free France. The Soviet Union begins to deport people to Siberia on the 14th of June: 18,000 from Lithuania, 10,000 from Estonia and 15,000 from Latvia. June 22nd, upon seeing a Soviet Union invasion as an expansion of Germanic superiority over the weak and inferior Slavs, Hitler launches a massive military operation against the Soviet Union and occupies Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia. Two days later, the entire Jewish male population in Gorzhdy, Lithuania is annihilated; and US President Roosevelt in The Great Patriot War pledges support to the Soviet Union. July 14th, six-thousand more Lithuanian Jews are annihilated. The Majdanek concentration camp opens in Poland on the 21st of July. Japanese assets are frozen in the United States on July 25th. Thousands of Romanian Jews are captured and/or murdered between the 5th & 7th of August. The “Atlantic Charter” is created by British Prime Minister Churchill and US President Roosevelt in Newfoundland on August 14th expressing “the right of all peoples to choose the form of government under which they will live.” On September 1st, widespread protest led by a Catholic Bishop has brought an end to Germany’s governmental euthanasian program of the killing of mentally handicapped adults and children. Poison gas tests are conducted at a facility in Poland on September 3rd by Germany which led to the poisoning deaths of six hundred Soviet prisoners of war. Japan’s Emperor Hirohito on September 6th approves efforts to negotiate peace with the United States and prepare for an attack if efforts fail. September 11th, as a result of submarine attacks on US ships, President Roosevelt orders any German ship found in American waters to be sunk on sight. All Jews in the Ukraine capital city of Kiev and its vicinity are ordered by Germany to report to a specific location the next morning and to bring documents, warm clothes, underwear, money and valuables; tens of thousands of Jews arrive on September 29th expecting to be deported, but instead are herded into a Jewish cemetery through a corridor of enraged German soldiers and machined gunned to death and buried in Babi Yar, a ravine. US Congressional approval is sought by President Roosevelt on the 9th of October to arm US merchant ships. October 16th, German Jews are deported to Jewish ghettos in Riga, Minsk and Lodz. Roughly 34,000 of the 180,000 Jewish population in Odessa, Ukraine are targeted by Romanian troops between the 22nd & 23rd of October and are shot or burned alive to death in a public square or by being locked in warehouses that was set on fire. November 28th, warships of a Japanese fleet leaving from Hiroshima Bay head towards the Hawaiian Islands. The Ruling Council of Japan and Emperor Hirohito signs an agreement to wage war against The United States, the Netherlands and Britain on December 1st. As an exhausted and ill prepared for the winter months German troops reach Moscow, they are disintegrated, and thousands taken as prisoners by The Soviet Union on the 6th of December. Meanwhile, two Hawaiian officers disagree with Admiral Kimmel to send the entire fleet out to sea in silence after dark; the next day on December 7th, US military installations at Pearl Harbor and Kaneohe Bay on the island of Oahu are attacked by Japan and most US aircrafts on the ground are destroyed after the Japanese bomb the US military at Clark Field in the Philippians. December 11th, Germany and Italy join ally Japan and declare war against the United States of America, followed two days later by Bulgaria and Hungary.

 

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If there remained any further doubt that the original Jews were and are a Negroid people, The Romanian government on January 21, 1938 dictates that the Jews must leave Romania; speaking to a US New York Times reporter he declares: “It is for the world to find a residence for the world’s Jews and ‘Madagascar’ seems a suitable spot.” Adolf Hitler crowns himself High Commander of Germany’s armed forces on February 4th. A lot of oil has been discovered on March 3rd in Saudi Arabia by United States geologists while on a quest for water. Mussolini shows gratitude to Hitler for his support of Italy’s invasion of Ethiopia by agreeing to give him control of Austria; German troops move in on the 12th and by the 13th of March Austria is annexed. In the month of April, in consideration of opposition to President Roosevelt involving the United States in war, Bernard Baruch, a ‘Jewish’ financier and friend of President Roosevelt, suggest Africa as a place to send all European refugees. Planes from Italy bomb the city of Alicante, Spain on May 25th, killing more than 300 Spanish civilians. A Proclamation in Germany on June 5th decrees that Jewish doctors can only treat Jewish patients. While individuals who are considered to be gypsies in Germany and the recently annexed Austria are rounded up, beaten and imprisoned between June 12th-18th. A well-spoken Hugh R. Wilson, US President Roosevelt’s ambassador to Germany, is quoted as saying to Sumner Welles on June 20th: “Twenty years ago we tried to save the world and now look at it. If we tried to save the world again, it would be just as bad at the end of the conflict. The older I get the deeper my conviction that we have nothing to gain by entering a European conflict, and indeed everything to lose.” Victory often came in other poetic measures for the oppressed as demonstrated in the sports arena when Afro-American heavyweight champion boxer Joe Luis wins a rematch with a knock-out punch in the first round against Germany’s boxer Maximillian Adolph Otto Siegfried Schmeling, at of all places ‘Yankee’ Stadium in New York City, USA on June 22nd. Forty thousand Jews in Austria are taken into “protective custody” on the 2nd of July. During a one-week meeting in France of delegates from 32 nations -known as the Evian Conference- at an attempt to find locations for Jewish refugees beginning July 15th, a German newspaper prints: “Jews For Sale – Who Wants Them? No One.” By the 21st, through a new legislation passed by the German government, Jews are required to carry identification cards. The British army begin to bomb what they have categorized as a “troublesome” tribe in India and pilots are given orders to bomb people in a group of ten or more after receiving a warning; on July 31st British pilot, Geoffrey Tuttle, bombs a group of nine because there number was close enough to ten, and in his own boastful words he: “blew them up.” On August 18th, as a result of his opposition to going to war over the Sudetenland, Hitler’s military chief of staff, General Beck resigns; by the 31st he forms a coup against Hitler believing him to be ‘unbalanced’. Quoted by Mussolini back in 1928, as not believing that Jews were a race, on September 1st Italy’s new racial laws revoke the citizenship granted to foreign born Jews since the year 1919 and mandates that they leave Italy within six months; Jewish teachers are fired, and Jewish children are no longer permitted to attend public schools. Jews are defined by Mussolini as anyone born of the ‘Jewish race’ while yet he did not consider the Jewish ethnicity to be a race at all; much like the Chinese, Africans and anyone else outside of the mutated Japhetic Gentile Caucasoid species were not considered to be a race of people. The Tiberias massacre occurs on October 2nd, when nineteen Jews (inclusive of women and children) are ‘systemically’ executed (much like African-Americans in present-time in the US) by Arabs in the Jewish settlement of Kiryat Shmuel, Palestine. Winston Churchill condemns the Munich Agreement in a broadcast address to the United States of America on October 16th and calls upon the US and Western Europe to formulate an armed resistance against Hitler. Czechoslovakia complies with the policies of Hitler and on October 20th begins to persecute the Jews. Twelve thousand Polish Jews are rounded up in Germany and ordered to walk into Poland during a two-day hazing on October 27-28th, those who are not able to walk are beaten. On November 7th a German diplomat, Ernst von Rath is shot by an angry Jew in Paris; he later dies and on November 9th, in retaliation, Nazi troops loot, burn and destroy 7,500 Jewish businesses, burn 267 synagogues, kill 91 Jews and arrest at least 25,000. This is very similar to the destruction of the African-American community in the Greenwood district in Tulsa, OK of Black Wall Street in America just seventeen years prior in 1921 after a young African-American male teen was falsely accused of a rape of a young white girl that never took place. During the destruction of Black Wall Street (a prominent district in Tulsa) 35 square blocks of African owned homes and businesses were torched by angry whites, hundreds of Africans were killed and 10,000 were left homeless, in a conspiracy between the city government and the angry white mob, 6,000 Africans were arrested, quoting that they were preventing a “Negro uprising” law enforcement officials dropped firebombs on those fleeing from burning buildings and the entire massacre has been omitted from Oklahoma state and local records. By the 15th, Britain and the United States have turned against Germany and disapproved of the Nazi treatment of Jews; Pained and despondent Jews are begging for visas in Berlin at the British and US consulates. On November 21st Hitler releases several hundred Jews from concentration camps and the British Prime Minister speaks of the possibility of finding refuge for Jews in Tanganyika and British Guiana. Stalin admits that his police has been extreme during the “Great Purge” where more than 724,000 Soviet citizens were killed; he resigns office on November 25th and is executed two years later in 1940.

 

On January 6, 1939, a Vienna born Jewish woman exiled in Sweden, Lise Meitner, publishes her discovery of nuclear fission (atom splitting.) Blaming the Jewish people for the world war, on January 30th at the Reichstag, Hitler proclaims that: “If the international Jewish financiers succeed in plunging the world again into another world war, the result will be the annihilation of the Jewish race in Europe.” Both Britain and France recognize the Franco regime to be Spain’s government on February 27th and by March 28th, Franco forces conquer the capital city of Madrid. On April 1st the last of Spain’s Republican army surrenders and by May 7th, Spain leaves the League of Nations. United States Congress considers a child-refugee bill on April 25th that will allow 20,000 German Jewish refugee children to enter the United States over a two-year period. US President Roosevelt on June 2nd declines to support the Jewish child-refugee bill. Two days later, the SS St. Louis carrying 907 Jewish refugees is denied permission to land in Florida, USA after being denied permission into Cuba; it is forced to return to Europe where most of the 907 will die in concentration camps. The last Jewish enterprises are shut down in Germany on July 6th. British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, writes in a letter to his sister on July 30th where he describes Germans as being ‘jealous’ of the Jews because they are ‘clever’; he’s not fond of the Jews but admits that he sees no reason for a pogrom (an organized massacre of them.) Hitler’s commanders wonder about his mental condition and one finds his bragging to be repulsive and thinks Hitler makes ‘leaps into the dark’ when on August 22nd at a mountain retreat, he commands an attack on Poland in a declaration that: “it is time for war.” On September 2nd, two are killed when a British patrol boat fires upon an old ship carrying more than 1,000 Jewish refugees off the coast of Tel Aviv; some refugees are able to escape to shore and amalgamate with the local Jewish population, but some are captured and imprisoned. Believing that Britain and France will not go to war, Hitler’s arrogance is shattered when on the 3rd of September, both Britain and France declare war on Germany, they are joined by India and New Zealand. In the coming weeks, the United States of America declares its neutrality and refuses to engage itself in a European war; the French government begins to round up German citizens and the Soviet Union and Japan sign a peace treaty. By November 4th, Congress of the United States amends its Neutrality Act and allows supplies to be sold to belligerents in support of Americans’ desire to help Britain. What is to become known as the ‘Winter War” begins on November 30th when a border dispute erupts between the Soviet Union and Finland; the League of Nations will go on to expel the Soviet Union on the 14th of December for attacking Finland.

 

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