A vicious attack by a nonwhite invader upon a fellow fake refugee in Germany in which the victim’s lips, ears, and eyelids were torn off, has been linked to an African “ritual” by investigators.
The first German book about British aristocrat and Adolf Hitler fan Unity Mitford reveals that the Führer was so obsessed with her that he met her 140 times while in the middle of preparing for World War Two.
Otto Skorzeny was a legendary Waffen-SS commander who never betrayed his leader and his comrades.
War trophies don’t come much more imposing than the solid bronze statue that once adorned the prow of the Graf Spee, a notorious battleship that sank numerous Allied merchant vessels.
The white population in the United States has decreased from 79.6 percent in 1980 to 61.9 percent in 2014, according to a new study from the University of New Hampshire.
The measured IQ of “Western” nations is dropping dramatically as the percentage of whites becomes smaller, new statistics have shown.
A previously unknown postcard sent by Adolf Hitler when he was a soldier in World War I has been uncovered in a European history project.
A German historian estimates in her book that French, British and American soldiers raped 860,000 Germans at and after the end of the WW2, including 190,000 sexual assaults by American soldiers.
In a secret wartime memorandum, Winston Churchill told his advisers that he wanted to "drench" Germany with poison gas.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Turks living in Europe to have at least five children so that they can outbreed whites and take over the continent - and in that way become “the future of Europe.”
Between 1934 and 1941, the one man responsible for bringing the National Socialist party's thirst for domination into physical form was a gangly German with a side part.
As our gene pool now shrinks to the point of no return, it is long past time that all who profess to care abandon the denials of reality and the worship of the executioner's institutions.
An enduring air of mystery surrounds the towering cross emblazoned with a swastika in a cemetery near the remote Brazilian jungle outpost of Laranjal do Jari.
Former Waffen SS members marched through the Latvian capital to mark Legion Day, an unofficial holiday in the Baltic country that honors those who died fighting on the German side during World War II.