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to sacrifice their lives well he did so after realizing that all of his really a war story had been lost. from the diary of dr joseph campbell june sixteenth nineteen forty one. if we win cool question our methods as it is we have so much to answer for already that we must win otherwise we those who are the head of all that we hold dear will be eradicated. to work. on june twenty second one thousand nine hundred forty one nazi germany invades the soviet union without a declaration of war the bombings and shellings bring about tora and uncertainty of what may lie in store the german army drops twenty two million leaflets on red army
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positions the great lie begins. they need out of me. but i got. another new majlis committee store welcome night is only enya the pot or some day on the night that that it was eighty propaganda combine mean. more. their lies were beautifully phrased read only soldiers were cynically offered to make a choice either to perish with a hand of the indestructible german army to surrender and return to their families to live happily ever after one of their goals was to turn the red army soldiers against their commanders and come. at the beloved nina superbug the story. i knew. was to be need to move them so that i need. to be just a simple saluki be to consult a food. from
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a memo by the head of the high command of the rare mocked field marshal general with some kind of political compass ours bear a special distinction a red star with the sickle and a hammer on their straight they must be separated from other p.o.w.'s in order to deny them their ability to influence captured soldiers upon being separated from the prisoners they are to be eliminated. however even soldiers who weren't political commissars were faced with a life far from the bliss described in germany's power flits by mid one nine hundred forty two less than half of the three point five million red army soldiers who'd surrendered was still a life a photo exhibition called through captivity was recently held in moscow in their memory several german students were keen to attend. then what the cutely good had never been up in the wall or poorly on the a welcome welcome was disappointing real
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to me it was you could shift out top of them were pretty well. off you would have it done you would just was nice to wind up in the mean you. sure to put it would you. buy it a more. intimate type. of wizardly knew about santa. they bought it but it's a. memo from the high command of the where month confidential september eighth nine hundred forty one this is the first time that german soldiers face an adversary instructed not only in the ways of war but also politics. structures have forfeited the right to be treated like crew soldiers in accordance with the geneva convention relative to the treatment of prisoners of war. less than a month after nazi germany invaded the soviet union news came that stalin's eldest son jacob was missing in action soon photos of him appeared on german propaganda leaflets. they read that jake has voluntarily surrendered to the
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nazis burleigh more girly store work. under the new new. starless judge and skipper produced you for your nuance for abuse joe very soon style in the purple and then you stronger or diverse or prudish or it's the real screwy words i mean young of had indeed been captured the only difference was that he was captured during an attempt to break out of a siege rather than voluntarily surrendering he was brought to sachsenhausen concentration camp thirty five kilometers from berlin he was across course a prominent prisoner he was not imprisoned inside the prison a scam for ordinary prisoners where we are standing now there was a special camp for prominent prisoners and this is where he was in prison yacob juga surely was kept in one of these barracks intelligence offices were
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interrogating him every day but still couldn't make of cooperate he was in the camp until one thousand nine hundred three there was even a myth that german officials offered stalin's son in exchange for german field marshall paolo's had been captured in stalin grat in one nine hundred forty three another story that was later disproved after yacob really realized he was being used by nazi propaganda he decided to take his own life by jumping on a barbed wire in a prison camp here in sachsenhausen. in total over one hundred thousand people perished in sachsenhausen during its years of operation. it was where s.s. officers underwent training in order to serve a new concentration camps located throughout occupied countries. that included death camps built for the purpose of annihilating entire peoples.
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the so-called nazi aizen group and killed more than two million jews on occupied soviet soil they deliver death without mercy women children even the elderly most normal people would go mad having to execute orders like that. but officers in s.s. uniform had no such qualms never for alone did they consider that what they were doing was wrong let alone and being a crime they were trained and prepared by nazi propaganda today even the radical measures are not radical enough of couples used to say. here in the us the sarge german soldiers were captives of another myth that in order to bring down the soviet system it was essential to annihilate the jews since they were believed to be the primary foundation of boss of islam in other occupied countries the germans would force the jews into ghettos though they were allowed to live after invading the u.s.s.r.
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the nazis began to annihilate entire jewish communities. where the two were critical to pursue our lives. when you put the still still of sin here those are needed to deal sold out this is the. one instance show the can move business blowhole. belittles cause of the political move for all you risk use when you do business group report on the. news that on the moon using your blood you clue before that was to love was really sure when you crossed over the news. in his younger years joseph goebbels made several unsuccessful attempts at becoming a writer and journalist the career of the third reich smain ideologist took off after the nazis one elections one of his first initiatives was the practice of book burnings reminiscent of burning heretics at the stake in medieval times the first book burning took place in one thousand and thirty three in the center of berlin
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under the motto let's clear germany of un-german ideas at that which in the battle is had the bullet solution in the nowhere but the most in human suspect choose to believe which in unison in their. deepest into even only she shall studios newscasts that's what they do must some. then you must need to guard. that qantas board at that time elect the tory development did that you decreases i mean she. in today's berlin books are sold right next to the spot where they were once burnt. there are lots of history books here including those on the nazis rise to power in germany this is the moment when google's office got the green light. the so-called ministry of public and lightman and propaganda the third reich was housed in this building on the him. from one nine hundred thirty three to one nine hundred forty one the agency's budget increase nearly ten fold. but i'd be a cool concept. in this to scare. you into best openly question the minium
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that's the book that's been even small that i do opinion but only at the pride the most of it needs is not in the give me say evil bit in that it's what he but he didn't be and with that honestly answered seriously on the program to prospects. right wing rallies in modern germany they do not directly associate themselves with the ideas of the third reich they are fighting to make jobs available to germans and to immigrants from other countries germany has lived through this before and what these slogans led to is well known but for ultra right wing supporters the germany of the 1930's is a model of order and stability. this is another example of
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a history lesson some people fail to learn this time in ukraine the slogan glory to ukraine glory to the heroes heard in kiev is a carbon copy of the greeting used by ukrainian nationalists who collaborated with nicholas forces during the war but he. zealots i mean. in the good. girl for you. doesn't use quicken for design school. for a few. in the early two thousand and fourteen during the so-called euro mind on rally in kiev local nationalists reverently carried portraits of steep on bundy. in one hundred forty one he tried to establish an independent republic of ukraine as a protectorate of hitler's germany. from the it's a story. the
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. some but it's supposed to some of the so that's the one shish to war you bring in some in a comedian with. the. bombing. to see an excerpt from a letter by the head of the party chancellor a margin morman from july twenty third nine hundred forty two. by no means should one introduce any measures giving a non germans a sense of ownership members of the non german population should in no way have access to higher education that yours of the opinion that reading and writing skills are quite enough for them that includes so-called ukrainians. great army soldiers had to pay a great price to liberate the territories occupied by the nazis victory day is one of the most if not the most cherished national holidays in russia despite the fact
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that nearly seventy years have passed since the end of the second world war numerous outrageous myths continue to spread some of which even gurgles would envy . aviation at the things that are providing it are called way out of their open about of not preventing. shortly depositary just now carry summers or get there is staggering. cost side a pretty a.b.l. story are still a bit misty. others. niobe adventurous if you have the right of the russian they sure would appreciate your room with anything you prefer. with doug and. the date is now carries a dash and you put out there. after the war many german generals were all too keen to publish their memoirs while stalin stuff officers were forbidden to just so that's why much of what's known about the second world war in europe was learned
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largely from memoirs written by the defeat its side. what about washington getting tougher on its allies like saudi arabia because it's no secret that saudi money was a crucial factor in the rise of the extremist can bomb or to take on the united states drag their feet they did declare early on in the uprising that al qaida was a terrorist organization and about the and others were terrorist organizations and proscribed but it didn't very little to carry through with that and to force its allies to equally prescribe those groups. right on the scene. first street. and i think the true.
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on our reporters twitter. and instagram. to be in the know. on. metula european views on any poor all of what they're going to do budget this really think the european union's and the don't listen to it i'm sure they're a new to what will to do i mean if. you knew. what can you do about the ukraine for example. put it on your culture common in washington d.c. thank you polish face time time to.
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try to meet really really global reach of the company domain that's right a. little humor that you did with. the biggest forcing you to. stay call but we have been forced to respond. to actually calls twenty four to what's this here we've taken control of brazil to. give them a reason to. this is mile of a park a popular tourist destination today but few people know that during the second world war one of the country's top secret constructions was hidden away here so secret that a special metro line was built to connect it to the kremlin in one nine hundred thirty six the district of a smile of a became a forbidden zone construction began on the central u.s. the south stadium named after joseph stalin which was meant for two hundred
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thousand spectators but three years later work was put on hold the facility disguised as a stadium was in fact already completed until one thousand nine hundred forty one another myth appeared there were rumors that the soviet government had abandoned moscow the offices in the kremlin were empty and that the city had been surrendered to the germans but the truth was that stalin never actually left moscow and continued working in the secret bunker here in his mind that. stalin always spoke quietly for this reason special acoustics were designed so that everyone sitting at this table could hear him in. the conference hall of the general headquarters looks more like a palace talents private chambers remain in immaculate condition
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a battle map hangs on the wall it was updated daily while stalin worked here. another common myth is that stalin and his circle allegedly reinforced the german army with their own hands just before the war started the very much officers are said to have conducted military exercises at soviet training ranges in reality after hitler came to power the volume of military cooperation be. tween germany and the u.s.s.r. fell considerably from the diary of dr joseph campbell used june one thousand forty one cooperation with russia was in fact a stain on our honor but we shall soon why did clean i said this to your good agrees with me completely that your believes the operation will take about four months but i believe even less where on the brink of an unprecedented victorious
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military campaign we must. research or ego is the author of the book the great war that was lied about based on archive materials it is a book the author attempts to debunk the most common myth namely that stalin was preparing to attack nazi germany himself but hitler turned out to be smarter and struck first. give them some good. listen in on the thirtieth. of us vs them we about seems like the only. principle but you know at the top across the peninsula a new book. it's a little something good to see a push to discuss who will publish an illusion. in one nine hundred forty one the soviet defense industry was working at full capacity despite this the number of
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german military units at the border exceeded the soviet armies five fold this distribution of forces would have made a preemptive attack on germany unwise. the first days of the nazi invasion remain shrouded in mystery and yet there was one myth during the years of perestroika stalin had so much faith in hitler's non-aggression pact with the soviet union that he was blind to the german threat and consequently failed in his own responsibility as the country's commander in chief. the myth that stalin was in a state of shock could be easily refuted recently declassified documents reveal stalin shadow for june twenty second one hundred forty one the day nazi germany invaded the u.s.s.r. . stallions visitors peoples commissar for foreign affairs mullet of a riot at five forty five left at twelve
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o five for general staff joke of the ride five forty five left eight thirty am but the people's commissar for foreign affairs visions be arrived at seven thirty left the ten forty come in turn leader dimitrov arrived at eight forty left at ten forty . thirty four. thirty. if it was for. me for. fair. fight. this is. not all of the doom mia bloodgood that is back in the survey in the mood to go extinct you have to start in the below northeast to push up much and you have with them suggests that each stall him in the national you was split showing this you didn't store you will move
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his family in the way divert him to stay russian radio or world. here from the brandenburg gate in the heart of berlin nazi troops marched before heading to the eastern front prior to invading the soviet union germany had prepared the so-called plan all sorts of plan east it would have involved about eighty percent of the population of conquered countries to be moved out by force and replaced with people of the master race the plan was to be carried out immediately after germany's victory over the soviet union. the plan to colonize parts of the soviet union extended over the next thirty years as long as german troops continue to fight for main top secrets in order to avoid an uprising the population of the occupied territories was still being fed myths about their future happy prosperous life according to the planned two cities were
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to be completely destroyed leningrad and moscow. the siege of leningrad lasted nine hundred days during which nearly six hundred thousand people died of starvation in recent years another myth has appeared that such human losses could have been avoided if the soviet command had surrendered the city to the nazis but anyone who says that has no idea of. hitler's master plan and the fate he had in store for the city and its residents. from the diary of the chief of the general staff from sculptor july eighth nine hundred forty one the jurors determined to raise moscow or leningrad to the ground to make sure that we don't have to feed their population went to the cities must be demolished by airstrikes this national catastrophe will not only wipe off the centers of both of islam but also that of the entire muscovy.
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one year after the siege of leningrad began a break in the course of war finally arrived. field-marshal pulse we both are of operation barbarossa was defeated at stalingrad. it then became clear to many for max so choose at officers that the quick and victorious war that gave us promised
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on the eastern front but also turned out to be a myth. after the defeat in the battle of stalingrad many high ranking nazi officers were taken prisoner they were brought here to appeal w. camp outside moscow after that great defeat many captured nazis began to cooperate with soviet authorities and apply their own propaganda technique to anti fascist campaigning. from that moment on goebbels propaganda had to compete with power flits encouraging german advance forces to surrender to soviet troops. the national put a plug on the zilah after another i knew. some media veneers ski-doo sri the one that the it's a book of poach national propaganda.
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show the i'm a leo in the davis seat these gnc of bit by she lived by the. hand the whole jim but even that. one nine hundred forty five the war is coming to an end joseph goebbels says office calls for the last resources to be thrown at the war effort the hitler youth weren't enough to defend berlin so military propaganda encouraged women and the elderly to take up arms. when soviet troops entered berlin goebbels and his family fled to hitler's bunker that was hidden underneath this where it's now filled with soil and a holocaust memorial has been erected on top of it on may second one thousand nine hundred forty one the third rice chief ideologist and his wife magda committed suicide before doing so they poisoned all six of their children with cyanide. i would be still out into little miss the old that there's
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a caucus i've been with the idea of bill weir i d's janja which crazy will but each aside it tells us when we are modern to somebody china and russia law ample without such an use them kaya middle of the way that is friday where did he eat meat delish double it don't pull a disk feed to those who buy me to build the guts but as a woman has to be yap that just people as i took over what. not long before his death don't to go through his last invective he spoke about the threat of the iron curtain me that the communists would drop over europe ironically these words were written at google's his mansion it was located on the spot where construction would soon start on the embassy of the united states the us is principle cold war rival. google says plan to sow discord within the ranks of the
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anti hitler coalition worked out as this is exactly what happened. during a speech in fulton in one nine hundred forty six winston churchill the british prime minister repeated almost word for word what goebbels had said about the danger to europe from behind the iron curtain the myths created by the chief nazi ideologist found fertile soil in the west and grew to provide fuel for the struggle against communism we have to fight these myths today in memory of those who won in the second world war.
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