| The text below
combines, in a slightly abridged form, the third and fourth articles in
a series that appeared in National Vanguard in 1982 and 1983. Parts
3 and 4 are from the ApriI 1983 and August 1983 issues respectively.
I have re-numbered the footnotes. Some of the photographs do not appear
in the original. Additions to the notes are indicated, as here. [Irmin]
 In 1933 approximately half of those in the higher leadership strata of the Soviet Union were Jews. (A study done in 1965 by the Legislative Reference Service of the Library of Congress determined the figure for 1939 with more precision: "Before World War II, 41.1 per cent of the deputies to the Supreme Soviet of the U.S.S.R. were Jewish ..." The Soviet Empire (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965), p.63.])
For the Jewish role in Bolshevism and its atrocities, see Murder of the Romanovs.
Cf. Norman F. Cantor, "Striking Back," The Jewish Experience (Castle Books, NJ, 1996), p. 364:
"Not only in American business and cultural life and in Israel's military triumphs have the Jews in this century struck back against their age-old enemies. The Bolshevik Revolution and some of its aftermath represented, from one perspective, Jewish revenge.
As the Tsarist government in the late-nineteenth century found itself increasingly in confrontation with the Empire's Jewish population, there was a strong leftist and revolutionary drift among the younger Jewish generations. Most became members of the Bund, a democratic, peaceful, labor union organization. But some became bomb-throwing anarchists and revolutionary Communists. In the Bolshevik government that was in control of most of Russia by 1920, three out of the six members of the Politburo executive were Jews, not counting Lenin himself whose father had a Jewish grandparent.
The founders of the Soviet secret police (later KGB), headquartered in Lubyanka prison in Moscow, were mostly Jews. Jews also took leadership roles, down into the early 1950s, in the Communist parties of Germany, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Rumania. In the struggle for succession to Lenin in the 1920s, leading to the defeat and exile of the Jewish Trotsky (Bronstein), most of the high-level Soviet Jews made the mistake of supporting Stalin, an Asiatic anti-Semite who in the purge trials in the mid-1930s eventually eliminated these Jewish 'Old Bolsheviks.' But even to some degree after the Great Purge, Jews were still prevalent in powerful Soviet government positions and many of Stalin's cohorts in the 1940s had Jewish wives....
During the heyday of the Cold War, American Jewish publicists spent a lot of time denying that -- as 1930s anti-semites claimed -- Jews played a disproportionately important role in Soviet and world Communism. The truth is until the early 1950s, Jews did play such a role, and there's nothing to be ashamed of. In time, Jews will learn to take pride in the record of Jewish Communists in the Soviet Union and elsewhere. It was a species of striking back." [Irmin]
 This was a "Holocaust" -- a real one -- about which the controlled media remain as silent today as they did then, while they continue to serve up almost daily their Second World War gas-chamber tales about the mythical "six million." The facts are known; Alexander Solzhenitsyn was not the first to write about the genocidal activities of the Bolsheviks or to reveal their Jewish roots and leadership during the 1930s. Yet Christian politicians annd Christian educators colloborate today with the Jewish masters of the controlled media in the promotion of the Jews as a race of martyrs deserving the world's sympathy. Hardly anything illustrates as well as does this servile and hypocritical collaboration the moral decadence of the present leadership stratum of the West.
For further information, see Genocide at Vinnitsa. [Irmin]
 Bela Kun (1886-1937) and Kurt Eisner (1867-1919) were both Jews, as were most of their lieutenants. Both seized the opportunity presented by the social and political chaos at the end of the First World War to organize short-lived Communist regimes.
Hungarian patriots rose against Kun in July 1919. He fled to the Soviet Union, while the Hungarians meted out hemp justice to his Jewish accomplices who were unable to get out of the country soon enough. He perished in 1937 in Stalin's first purge of the Soviet Union.
Eisner was executed by a German patriot on February 21, 1919, in Munich, and the German Army subsequently dealt with Eisner's followers in an appropriate way.
Cf. Aspects of the Third Reich, ed. H.W. Koch (New York: St Martin's Press, 1985), pp. 374-76:
"The first documentary evidence for Hitler's anti-semitism turns up in September 1919, when, upon the instruction of his commander, Hitler wrote his own exposition of the 'Jewish problem' in the form of a letter. In this he argued strongly that pogrom methods should be avoided in dealing with the problem, it should be dealt with 'scientifically' and dispassionately. This immediately raises the question why in 1919 and not before? The tentative answer of the editor [H.W. Koch] is that it was in the revolutionary upheaval in Germany in 1918-19, and in Bavaria, in particular, that Jews played a very prominent part in the Bavarian Soviet Republic. It was not only German nationalists who attributed the blame to the Jews. Some Jews themselves expressed feelings like those of the Austro-German Stefan Zweig, who in a letter of 8 December 1918 to the Jewish philosopher Martin Buber mentioned that he was thinking of a very necessary action, a call to all Jews in Germany and Austria 'not to push themselves forward now, not to pull the reins of politics into their hands. A call for moderation. It is disgusting to see how Jews are taking everything by storm -- revolution, Red Guards, ministries, what impure greed for power by impure people is now being gratified. Should it not be the responsibility of us all ... to anticipate the justified anti-semitic indignation and call them back to their senses.' Otherwise, Zweig feared, Germany would experience anti-semitic pogroms similar to those which were taking place in the newly founded Polish national state. Buber's reply is not contained in his published correspondence, but it must have been negative, because in a further letter Zweig says 'I am sorry that we are not of one opinion: but I repeat that whatever is attained or lost henceforward, guilt for the collapse will for centuries to come be attributed in Germany to Jewish leaders (and indeed their disorganizational actions, their impatience, is responsible for much).' ... It is more than a coincidence that at the time of the largely Jewish Soviet Republic in Bavaria the hard-core of the radical anti-semites of the future NSDAP should be in Munich or Bavaria." [Irmin]
 Samuel Untermyer (1858-1940) made his fortune as an organizer of corporate conglomerates and a manipulator of stocks before 1910. Then he switched sides and became a trustbuster, working closely with anti-business elements in the Congress. He was counsel to the Pujo Committee (1912-1913), a subcommittee of the House Committee on Banking and Currency, and he was responsible for much of the content of its report (issued on February 28, 1913), which paved the way for both a Federal income tax and the setting up of the Federal Reserve System. Untermyer was a strong advocate of both, and his behind-the-scenes efforts during 1913 led to the passage of the Owen-Glass Act on December 23, 1913. Woodrow Wilson later appointed him chairman of a commission to set income-tax and excess-profits-tax rates.
During the 1920's he was president of the Palestine Foundation Fund (for aiding the colonization ot Palestine by Jews) and vice-president of the American Jewish Congress. In 1927 Untermyer handled the lawsuit (by Herman Bernstein) against automaker Henry Ford which frightened the latter into ceasing publication of his exposes of Jewish activities and withdrawing and destroying all available copies of his book, The International Jew.
 Untermyer refers to the British atrocity propaganda of the First World War. In order to drum up public enthusiasm for the war, British authorities and their helpers in the press invented and circulated outlandish stories of German bestiality. Lindley Fraser, a British economics professor who served as the BBC's chief of psychological warfare during the Second World War, later wrote of the tricks pulled by his predecessors:
"The 'Belgian Atrocities' stories provide a curious and unsavoury chapter in the history of war propaganda.... What is not true, so far as later researches have been able to discover, is that the Germans were guilty of any of the horrifying atrocities freely attributed to them by their enemies and widely believed in Great Britain and among Allies and friendly neutrals. Priests used as clappers in cathedral bells, crucified prisoners of war, children with their hands cut off: these and many other stories were common gossip in the Western world and doubtless helped those people on the Allied side who already hated the Germans to hate them still more.
"Where did such stories originate? Some of them ... were deliberately invented; thus shortly after the war a well-known British journalist claimed, with some pride, to have been the author of the story about the chopped-off hands." (Propaganda [Oxford University Press, 1957], pp. 34-35).
Another well-known Briton who invented some of the "Belgian Atrocities" stories was historian Arnold J. Toynbee. He finished writing The German Terror in Belgium (George H. Doran Co., 1917) in March 1917, a few weeks before Woodrow Wilson's call for war. The book was intended for American readers who still needed to be persuaded that the United States should enter the war against Germany.
 Untermyer's figure is 20 per cent too large. There were 499,682 Jews living in Germany in 1933, according to the census taken that year. Before the outbreak of the Second World War six years later, Hitler had achieved the peaceful reunification of Austria (191,481 Jews in 1934) and the Sudetenland with Germany, but Jews had been emigrating in large numbers from all German territory, so that in 1939 there were only 240,000 Jews left in the Third Reich (including Austria and the Sudetenland), according to the American Jewish Year Book for 1940-41 (v,42, p.602). One can only wonder whether Untermyer's somewhat inflated figure of 600,000 Jews in Germany in 1933 was later simply inflated again, by a factor of ten, to yield the famous 6,000,000 figure for the number of Jews supposedly done away with by Hitler.
 It is interesting to compare Untermyer's lurid claim, in one breath, that the Germans were executing a "campaign for the extermination" of the Jews with his complaint, in the next breath, that some Jews were still in the habit of traveling on German ships and being waited on by German servants. It is true, as Untermyer notes, that Jews traveling on German ships, just as Jews remaining in Germany, were exposed to the "just contempt" of the German people, but as long as they obeyed German laws they were not harmed physically by anyone or persecuted by the authorities.
 See, for example, the article "Changing Berlin," in the February 1937 issue of the National Geographic Magazine, which gives a comprehensive, lavishly illustrated, 47-page survey of life in the capital city of National Socialist Germany.
 See "The Third Reich and the Transfer Agreement," by David Yisraeli, in the April 1971 issue of Journal of Contemporary History. A description of the related agreement worked out between the German government and Jewish leaders, so that all Jews wishing to leave Germany and settle in Palestine could take their wealth with them, is given in The Zionist Movement (Zionist Organization of America, New York, 1946), by Israel Cohen (pp. 210-211).
Also see Zionism and the Third Reich. [Irmin]
 The German Reich and Americans of German Origin, Oxford University Press, 1938. Among the worthies sponsering this statement was Henry L. Stimson (1867-1950), later to become Roosevelt's secretary of the War Department.
Also see (off-site) K.A. Strom's Treason at Pearl Harbor. [Irmin]
Kaufman's book is now online at CODOH. [Irmin]
 Ben Hecht (1893-1964) wrote the scripts for 53 motion pictures between 1927 and 1964, including the books on which 23 of the films were based. He directed eight pictures and produced nine. Among his better-known films were Wuthering Heights (1939), Spellbound (1945), and Notorious (1946). He won Academy Awards for writing Underworld (1927) and The Scoundrel (1935).
 One American who did challenge Jewish policies in postwar Germany was George S. Patton, who, after establishing a wartime reputation as the "fightingest" general in the U.S. Army, had become military governor of the larger portion of the U.S. occupation zone of Germany. Patton was appalled by the policies he was expected to apply against the Germans, and he spoke out repeatedly against the Morgenthau Plan.
His diaries, published in 1974 (The Patton Papers, Houghton Mifflin Co.), reveal his feelings. In September 1945, for example, when ordered to evict German families from their homes and turn the buildings over to Jews, Patton commented in his diary: "Evidently the virus started by Morgenthau and Baruch of a Semitic revenge against all Germans is still working." The same month he wrote to his wife: "I am frankly opposed to this war-criminal stuff. It is not criket and is Semitic. I am also opposed to sending POW's to work as slaves in foreign lands, where many will be starved to death." In another letter to his wife he wrote: "If what we are doing [to the Germans] is 'Liberty, then give me death.' I can't see how Americans can sink so low. It is Semitic, and I am sure of it."
The controlled media began attacking Patton as "pro-Nazi" and set up a howl for his replacement by someone who would enforce the policies of the Morgenthau Plan. The U.S. commander-in-chief, General Dwight Eisenhower, already had political ambitions and he obliged the Jews by firing Patton.
For Eisenhower's implementation of the Morgenthau Plan, see Eisenhower's Starvation Order and Did the Allies Starve Millions of Germans? For more on Patton, see (off-site) General Patton's Warning. [Irmin]
 The atrocities committed in territories not under American control might be considered irrelevant to the primary subject of this series -- the history of the growth of Jewish influence on American policy -- except that they were made possible by the overall American war policy. Because most of them occurred behind what later came to be known as "the Iron Curtain," Western journalists and historians may offer the excuse that information about them has been restricted. Nevertheless, the information has long been available. There is, for example, the two-volume work by Juergen Thorwald, Es Begann an der Weichsel and Das Ende an der Elbe (a condensed English edition, published in 1951 by Pantheon Books, is titled Flight in the Winter), which describes in sickening detail the horrible fate of the German refugees fleeing the Red Army in 1945. Many of the gruesome atrocities committed on those who failed to flee are detailed in Johannes Kaps's Tragedy of Silesia, 1945-46 (Christ Unterwegs, Munich, 1952).