The Reich in Photos – Germany Awaken (1933) – Colourized Photos

Published in: on January 25, 2018 at 8:26 pm  Leave a Comment  

Smiling Max Wünsche








Max Wünsche was born on 20 April 1914 in Kittlitz. In July 1933 Wünsche joined the SS. In 1935, he graduated from SS-Junkerschule at Bad Tölz and was promoted to Untersturmführer. Wünsche was then posted to the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler (LSSAH) as a platoon leader. In October 1938, Wünsche was assigned as an orderly officer for Hitler. In that role, Wünsche joined the Führerbegleitkommando (the SS bodyguard unit) which provided personal security for Hitler.

In January 1940 he was again posted to the LSSAH, as a platoon commander in a motorcycle company under the command of Kurt Meyer, for the invasion of the Netherlands and the Battle of France. In December 1940 he became an adjutant to Sepp Dietrich where he stayed during the invasion of the Balkans (Operation Marita) and the invasion of the Soviet Union (Operation Barbarossa). In February 1942 Wünsche was given the command of the LSSAH Sturmgeschütz (assault gun) battalion.

In 1942 Wünsche completed the General Staff training course at the Staff College in Germany and was promoted to Sturmbannführer. In September 1942 he was posted to the LSSAH and resumed command of the Sturmgeschütz battalion; in October he assumed command of a battalion in a Panzer regiment of LSSAH. His battalion’s first action was at Kharkov in 1943. On 25 February 1943 Wünsche led his tankers into action against a defensive position manned by the Soviet 350th Rifle Division. Supported by artillery and a company of SS grenadiers, Wünsche’s battalion launched its attack and overran the Soviet front lines, destroying a number of anti-tank guns. Wünsche’s assault would lead to the destruction of 47 artillery pieces and anti-tank guns. During the assault 800 Soviet troops were killed. For his actions during the battles for Kharkov, Wünsche was awarded the German Cross in Gold and later the Knight’s Cross, both in February 1943.

In June 1943, Wünsche was transferred to a new division forming in France, 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend, to take command of the 12th SS Panzer Regiment. On 6 June 1944, the Allies landed in Normandy (Operation Overlord) and the division was committed to action on 7 June. The division was later trapped in the Falaise pocket, where on the night of 20 August, Wünsche escaped out of the pocket on foot. He was wounded and captured by British soldiers.

In 1944, Wünsche was taken prisoner and spent the rest of the war as a prisoner of war in camp 165 at Caithness, Scotland, a special camp for high-ranking German officers. In 1948 Wünsche was released and returned to Germany. He died in 1995.



Published in: on January 25, 2018 at 8:25 pm  Leave a Comment  

Great Quotes



“I know that someone has to step forward in face of our current situation – meaning the inner and outer, the corporeal and the spiritual plight of our people. I have searched for that man. I haven’t been able to find him anywhere, so I got to my feet and started to do the preliminary work, only the most basic preliminary work, because I know that I am not he. And I also know what I lack. But the other, he isn’t here yet, and nobody else is stepping forward, and there is no time to be wasted!”

~ Warum, woher, aber wohin? by Hans Grimm

“It was 1515 hours. I asked for his orders for the last time. Outwardly calm and in a quiet voice, as if he were sending me into the garden to fetch something, he said: ‘Linge, I am going to shoot myself now. You know what you have to do. I have given the order for the break-out. Attach yourself to one of the groups and try to get through to the west.’ To my question what we should fight for now, he answered: ‘For the Coming Man’.”

~ With Hitler to the End: The Memoirs of Adolf Hitler’s Valet by Heinz Linge

Published in: on January 25, 2018 at 8:08 pm  Comments (2)  

Alfred Schaefer – had another raid in his house

Dear supporters of Free Speech heroes Monika Schaefer, Alison Chabloz and Alfred Schaefer,

Important message from Gerhard Ittner:

For now just a short information to our English-speaking friends.

I got a call from Alfred Schaefer – this early morning he´s had another raid in his house.
It had been more than ten policemen stealing his – and his wife´s(!) – computers, cell-phones etc.
Please spread this, and the more detailed informations to come, widely.
The CRIMINAL GANGSTER-REGIME of FRG, totally under control of Jewry, that has put the Canadian citizen Monika Schaefer into jail illegally – and keeping her isoltated, with no letters from her have come into the outside world yet – now wants to fight and to stop the „WE ARE MONIKA“ campaign.

We wont stop till the BIG LIE is smashed and crushed into piece


Gerhard Ittner

Listen to details recorded yesterday on

The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show




Published in: on January 25, 2018 at 9:14 am  Leave a Comment  

Last Photos Of Rudolf Hess


The last pictures of Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess have been found and put on sale along with a note to his son about his mysterious flight to Britain to try to end the war.

The never-before-seen images show the former deputy Fuhrer as a frail and elderly man in the grounds of the infamous Spandau Prison.

Hess spent 41 years in the West Berlin jail after the war, when he was  sentenced to life behind bars.

a summer house (pictured) that had been built for him in the grounds on August 17 1987



The archive also contains pictures of the prison and a grim and bleak picture showing the cells

The whole jail (pictured) was demolished  in 1987 to prevent it becoming a shrine for the NSDAP.

The images of him are believed to have been taken by William Orwin, deputy chief warden at Spandau. Also included in this auction is a note Hess wrote to his son , written on the back of a postcard Wolf had originally given to his incarcerated father.

It never made its way to his son and ended up in archives kept by Mr Orwin. It also contains pictures of Wolf as a child and images of the Hess family.

Among the other documents are written requests from Hess for clothing and toiletries to prison staff.

There are also letters sent to him from his family and cover trivial topics like illneses, birthdays and holidays.

The  package is being sold at auction by Henry Aldridge and Son of Devizes, in Wiltshire. It is expected to go for £8,000 this Saturday.

Published in: on January 25, 2018 at 9:05 am  Leave a Comment