In an act of “chutzpah,” Israel’s formal holocaust memorial museum, Yad Vashem, is located at the site of a brutal mass murder massacre carried out against Palestinians in the village of Deir Yassin, a holocaust scholar has pointed out.
Researchers at the University of Dundee in Britain have successfully reconstructed the face of a Pictish man for the first time, offering a valuable insight in the racial ancestry of this otherwise mysterious people who were the original inhabitants of Scotland—and who were so feared by the Romans that the famous Hadrian’s Wall was built…
A new study by Researchers at the University of Warwick, England, has revealed that nearly 50 percent of people will “remember” personal experiences which never happened when it is suggested to them that they were personally involved in the events—a phenomena which serves to explain the endless list of overtly fake “Holocaust memoirs,” supposed “eyewitnesses,” and obviously made-up “testimony” about the German concentration camps in World War II.
A series of remarkable discoveries in a 2,600-year-old burial chamber located in southern Germany have revealed once again that early Europeans were in fact considerably more advanced than often thought.
The ancient roots of European civilization have been highlighted once again with the announcement by scientists that radio carbon dating has revealed that a massive piece of rock art discovered earlier in southwestern France is at least 38,000 years old—making it one of the oldest such examples ever found on the Continent. The study, published…
Around 50 percent of all men in Western Europe are descendants of one Bronze Age “king” who generated much of the nobility class which spread throughout Europe, a new genetic study has claimed.
The study, published in the Nature Genetics journal, analyzed the sequences of 1,244 human male Y chromosomes drawn from the 1000 Genomes Project.
Critics of U.S. President Donald Trump’s efforts to halt illegal immigration claim that it is “impossible” to deport millions of illegals currently in America—but ignore the fact that it has been done before.
Officially called “Operation Wetback,” the program, launched in 1954, saw well over two million illegal aliens arrested and deported back to Mexico—all in cooperation with the Mexican government.
The upcoming anniversary of the bombing of Dresden (February 13 to 15, 1945) has highlighted the deliberately-obscured fact that the British government of Winston Churchill, and not the Germans, started the mass bombing of civilians in World War II, and that this remains one of the great unpunished war crimes of the Twentieth Century.
The ongoing drama over Adolf Hitler’s birth house in Braunau-am-Inn, Austria, has entered a new phase with the news that the ex-owner, Gerlinde Pommer, has launched an appeal in Austria’s Constitutional Court to rule against the government for expropriating the building.
Self-proclaimed “Nazi hunter” Simon Wiesenthal blatantly lied about the number of people allegedly killed in the Holocaust, and when confronted, he openly admitted it, Israel’s top Holocaust historian and editor of Yad Vashem’s Encyclopaedia of the Holocaust has announced.
Author Says Norsemen Made It All The Way to the West Coast. Regular readers of TBR are well aware that the Vikings surely sailed in Hudson Bay and explored eastern North America, penetrating as far as what we now call Minnesota and the Dakotas and as far south as New England. (See the May/June 2012 and May/June 2015 TBR editions.) But wait—did they also navigate along the West Coast of North America?