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Memoirs of a former Nazi: "I adored Hitler, I considered him an almost superhuman being"
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Memoirs of a former Nazi: "I adored Hitler, I considered him an almost superhuman being"

PHOTOGRAPHER: JAVI MARTNEZOn Memoirs of an ex-Nazi, David Saavedra (1981, Pontevedra), the military man recounts the 20 years he spent on the extreme right admiring Hitler and how, when he was about to become a terrorist, he managed to get out of that world he calls "the bubble"His Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage of this limited-time offer and access all web content I want it Are you already Premium? Log in (function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(d.getElementById(id))return;js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="https://connect.facebook.net/es_ES/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.8&appId=279395918757488&status=true&cookie=true";f...
Hitler fled to Argentina in a submarine and other crazy theories about the Third Reich
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Hitler fled to Argentina in a submarine and other crazy theories about the Third Reich

From the Fhrer's escape by submarine to the author of the Reichstag fire, the Third Reich is full of hoaxes. One of the greatest experts on the Nazi regime, Richard J. Evans, dismantles them in his new book ISMAEL MARINERO Madrid ILLUSTRATION: ACQUIRED Updated Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 22:45How to appease Hitler The impossible mission of those who tried to tame the Nazis Hitler's sex life From sadomasochism to the suicide of her lovers On May 1, 1945, the radio of Hamburg He announced that the Fhrer had fallen into his command post of the Reich Chancellor, fighting to the last breath. Fake news manual: Hitler had been in very poor health for months, seeing how Parkinson's suffering progressed at the same speed as the Soviets tore apart the eastern front.When he heard of what happened...
Operation Alsos: The secret of the five bastards who prevented Hitler from dropping an atomic bomb
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Operation Alsos: The secret of the five bastards who prevented Hitler from dropping an atomic bomb

Five unknown heroes led a crucial mission to prevent the Third Reich from seizing the atomic bomb before the Allies. Sam Kean tells it in his book 'The Brigade of Bastards' QUICO ALSEDO Updated Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 22:28Team D The secret of the Spaniards who deciphered Hitler's enigma Madrid, 1940 When the capital of Spain was a nest of Nazi spies It all started because Marie Curie's daughter was a bit of a mess.Granted, she had won the Nobel Prize in 1935 with her husband, but by the mid-1930s the entire European scientific community knew that Irene Joliot-Curie she was unreliable and quite messy in her experiments, something that especially angered Otto Hahn. So when Joliot-Curie published that he had obtained chemicals heavier than uranium by bombarding it with neutrons, but that h...
Germany acknowledges having perpetrated a "genocide" in Namibia
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Germany acknowledges having perpetrated a "genocide" in Namibia

German settlers killed tens of thousands of Hereros and Namaquas during the massacres perpetrated between 1904 and 1908, considered the first genocide of the 20th century.Herero and Namaqua ethnic skulls in BerlinCHRISTIAN MANGREUTERSGermany recognized for the first time this Friday that it perpetrated a "genocide" against the populations of the Herero and Namaquas ethnic groups of Namibia at the beginning of the 20th century, during the colonial period, a decision received as a "step in the right direction" by the authorities. of the African country."From today's point of view, today we will qualify these events for what they are: a genocide," declared the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, it's a statement. Germany also announced that it will provide the country 1.1 billion euros (1.3...
The Spanish women who survived the Nazi death camps
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The Spanish women who survived the Nazi death camps

Mnica G. lvarez tells in 'Night and fog in the Nazi camps' the story of the women who passed through Ravensbrck and how they rebuilt their lives.Concha Grang (right) with her cousin Josepa.SWORDUpdated Wednesday, May 26, 2021 - 01:30There is a very moving idea in Night and fog in the Nazi camps, the story of Spanish women in the Nazi death camps written by Mnica G. lvarez (Espasa): hatred was the feeling in which its protagonists took refuge to survive. "The hatred and depersonalization of their jailers. There are times when they say it, in the extermination camp and later: they are not people, they are animals, worse than animals," explains Álvarez. "Makes sense. When they got to Raven Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage o...
Stefan Zweig’s intimate labyrinth
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Stefan Zweig’s intimate labyrinth

Until now untouched in Spain, two volumes collect the diaries of the Austrian writer between 1910-12 and 1931-40Stefan Zweig in New York in 1941."A stud these days without purpose. My life dances spectrally between memories and expectations. It horrifies me." Stefan Zweig wrote down these two sentences on Thursday, October 17, 1912. He was 31 years old. He had been born in Austria in 1881. His name was beginning to set itself high in European literature of those years because of what he had already published: theater, fiction, the biography of the Belgian painter a thousand Verhaeren ... The articles in the press. Zweig was shaping himself as the best-modeled intellectual to take on a European way of being.: cultured, worldly, shrewd, critical. He was able to understand Europe as a spac...
The dreamed jihad of the III Reich
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The dreamed jihad of the III Reich

David Motadel studies Hitler's effort to attract Muslims to his cause and the Nazis' admiration for Islam, a "man's religion" versus "the meekness of Christianity." Muft Amin al-Husayni, with Hitler, in December 1941.GETTYUpdated Friday, May 14, 2021 - 01:24Jihadism and Nazism From hatred of reason to the glorification of violence Hitler's New Biography "He was anti-capitalist before he was anti-Semitic" The key was pragmatism; It is important to make that clear: In general, the Reich's policy towards the Islamic world was pragmatic. In 1941 and 42, Hitler's troops entered Muslim-populated territories in Africa, the Balkans, the Crimea, and the Caucasus and moved closer to the Middle East and Central Asia.. At that time, the military situation in Germany had deteriorated. In the USSR, t...
Charlotte Perriand and an eclipse called Le Corbusier
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Charlotte Perriand and an eclipse called Le Corbusier

The International Architecture Film Festival vindicates the French creator with a documentary that reviews her most iconic works and a somewhat tortuous relationship with the famous architectPerriand in Japan, where it was 'tatamiz'.Almost every time Charlotte Perriand is discussed, the anecdote of how she entered Le Corbusier's studio is told: a young Parisian woman full of modern ideas, prototypes and self-confidence stands in the workshop of one of the most important architects of the moment. , asks him for work and he replies with a slogan: "here we do not embroider cushions". She tells it herself, now in her nineties, in the documentary Charlotte Perriand. Pioneer in the art of living, which opens the International Architecture Film Festival, the BARQ, which is held coinciding with t...
Jota, from Los Planetas: "I’ve had near death experiences by sheer experimentation"
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Jota, from Los Planetas: "I’ve had near death experiences by sheer experimentation"

The Planets return to activity more disenchanted, more critical and more independent than ever with the purpose of making the most uncomfortable portrait of the pandemic world.Updated Friday, May 7, 2021 - 22:39After three hours of conversation, Jota already knows that he has said much more than he would have preferred, and smiles at each question as if thinking how new he is going to put it. What is the worst thing you have done in your career? Fuck, man, he says pausing, and laughs. Let's see, sigh, I usually regret a lot that I didn't stick to strict indie, of having made many concessions and of having yielded a lot of times to collective thoughts and not having been more radical and more Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advan...
Team D: the secret of the Spaniards who deciphered Hitler’s enigma
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Team D: the secret of the Spaniards who deciphered Hitler’s enigma

After the Civil War, a Republican cryptographer was recruited along with six other Spanish exiles by the French intelligence service to help eviscerate the secret codes of Nazi Germany. His incredible story is vindicated by a documentary that La 2 premieres today(function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(d.getElementById(id))return;js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="https://connect.facebook.net/es_ES/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.8&appId=279395918757488&status=true&cookie=true";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}(document,'script','facebook-jssdk')); . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more