Donald R. McClarey

Communists and Nazis: Brothers Under the Skin

    A good article at The Federalist about the similarities between the Nazis and the Communists:   It wasn’t only theoretical. Hitler repeatedly praised Marx privately, stating he had “learned a great deal from Marxism.” The trouble with the

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Donald R. McClarey

Real Nazis

Our friends on the Left are increasingly fond of tossing around the term Nazi.  A small reminder below of what real Nazis were like: the most interesting—although horrible—sight that I encountered during the trip was a visit to a German

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Saints of Lent: The Lion of Munster

Lent is a grand time to confront evil, both that evil which stains our souls, and the evil external to us.  Throughout the history of the Church there have been saints who risked all to bravely confront the popular evils of

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Mark Shea and the Brownshirt Smear

As Mark Shea continues his sad journey to the looney left, he has developed the habit of calling those who disagree with him Nazis or seeking to associate them with Nazis.  A case in point: Austrian Nazis to attend inauguration…at

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May 10, 1933: The Debate Was Over

A huge Nazi book burning was held in Berlin 81 years ago on May 10, 1933, the opening act of nation wide book burnings in some 34 university cities and towns organized in Germany by the German Students Association and the Nazi Party.  Thousands of

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Buchenwald

I have reported what I saw and heard, but only part of it. For most of it, I have no words. Edward R. Murrow at Buchenwald, April 15, 1945 1944 was seventy years ago, and on this blog we will have

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At Least the SS had Snazzier Uniforms

        The Nazis began their death march across Europe by killing mentally handicapped Germans in an euthanasia campaign that caused the Lion of Munster, Bishop Von Galen, to preach a sermon which may be read here, and in which he

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Von Galen Contra Euthanasia

In my first post on Blessed Clemens August Graf von Galen, which may be read here, we examined the life of this remarkable German bishop who heroically stood up to the Third Reich.  Today we examine the third of three sermons that

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Under the Roman Sky

A new film, Under the Roman Sky, starring James Cromwell as Pius XII, details the heroic efforts of Pius XII to save the Jews of Rome from the Nazis, after Rome came under Nazi occupation subsequent to the fall of Mussolini following

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Grammar Nazis Attack!

Hattip to commenter RL.  Content advisory as to one incident of Nazi like nihilistic violence at the end.   (Go here to view the video, as the embedding has been disabled since I drafted the post.) Some people think it is in

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