By John Loftus
Totally revised and multiplied, this stirring account unearths how the U.S. govt authorised the unlawful access of Nazis into North the USA within the years following international struggle II. This outstanding research exposes the key element of the country division that started, beginning in 1948 and unbeknownst to Congress and the general public until eventually lately, to rent participants of the puppet wartime govt of Byelorussia—a zone of the Soviet Union occupied through Nazi Germany. A former Justice division investigator exposed this gorgeous tale within the records of numerous executive firms, and it truly is now on hand with a bankruptcy formerly banned from liberate by way of professionals and a foreword and afterword with lately declassified materials.
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By virtue of this of the Don near the Sea of Azov, Rostov was and the Russians fought a fierce delaying action. The Germans had to battle house-to-house in what one regimental commander termed a "merciless struggle" against fanatical troops of the NKVD, city's location at the mouth a gateway to the Caucasus, Stalin's dread secret police. For the first street-fighting. mined the cocktails time in Russia, the NKVD alleys, Wehrmacht had to endure the perUs of troops barricaded the streets with paving stones, sniped from rooftops and balconies, and hurled Molotov —bottles of gasoline fused with phosphorus or other chemicals that burst into flame upon contact with After air.
Attack minefields and enfilading fire from cleverly camouflaged trenches and machine-gun nests. Tt«o German infantrymen into a Soviet foxhole. The Germans had to rout out each hidden Sowel position on the heights, often (inset, left) fire at point-blank range. Droves of Soviet captives (inset, descend a ridge, bound for right) prisoner-of-war compounds behind the German lines. sault acioss Severnaya A iuipriie Mgi fcc by Af fault Boai ll\' 1 week of the- offensive, were moimting, while the Soviets resisted as deter•minedly as ever.
Even after ailUlery destroyed trenches and strongpoints, German infeuitrj'men had to overcome defiant suriivors with hand grenades, smoke canisters, and satchel charges. Soviet dead lie in a ditch (inset, Urged on by their officei^ and commissars, the Russians resisted with fanatical tenacity, many fighting to the death. right). JS«I^V * German soldiers (inset) take cover on the battered concrete face of Fort Maxim Gorky below the burning armored cupola with its two 12-inch naval guns, now crippled and askew.
America's Nazi Secret: An Insider's History by John Loftus