My Revolutionary Life: Muzzling the Vanquished

By Leon Degrelle. With an introduction by John Nugent. For those of us who escaped in 1945 from the Eastern Front’s final hell, torn up by wounds, overcome by sorrows, devoured by pain, what rights do we still have? We are dead men. Dead men with legs, arms, and breath—but dead.

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To pronounce a word of truth in public or write a dozen lines without lies after having fought pistol in hand against the Soviet machine—above all, to have been a leader called “fascist”—this is immediately seen by the “democrats” as a “provocation.” [Read the entire article as PDF…]


Taken from
The Barnes Review, September/October 2005: Gen. Leon Degrelle Remembers
VOLUME XI, NUMBER 5


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