The larping #Nazi dildo, #Collucci, is facing charges from his gun waving incident. Maybe the christ-insaner can pray to his #jew zombie god for help? Fuck him!! Hope he goes away for life. Homo bitch!! #NSM sucks cock!!
Tuesday, January 25, 2022
The Place of Women in the New Germany
by Frau Gertrud Scholtz-Klink – Reich Women’s Leader
When National Socialism became the ruling power in Germany (1933), we women realized that it was our duty to contribute our share to the Leader's reconstruction programme side by side with men.
We did not say much about it, but started to work at once. Our first concern was to help all those mothers who had suffered great hardships during the War and the post-war period and all those other women who - as mothers - have now to adjust themselves to the demands of the new age.
Acting in accordance with the recognition of these facts, we first created the Reich Mothers' Service (Reichsmütterdienst), the functions of which are set forth in Article I of the regulations governing it:
The training of mothers is animated by the spirit of national solidarity and by the conviction that they can be of very great service to the nation and the State. The object of such training is to develop the physical and intellectual efficiency of mothers, to make them appreciate the great duties incumbent upon them, to instruct them in the upbringing and education of their children, and to qualify them for their domestic and economic tasks.
In order to provide such training, several courses of instruction have been drawn up, each of which deals with one particular subject only, e.g., infant care, general hygiene, sick nursing at home, children's education, cooking, sewing, etc. These courses are fixtures in all towns with a population exceeding 50,000, whilst itinerant teachers conduct similar ones in the smaller towns and in the country. Every German woman over 18 can join them, irrespective of her religious, political or other views. The maximum number of members has been limited to 25 for each course, because the instruction given does not consist of theoretical lectures, but takes the form of practical teaching to working groups, where questions will be asked and answered. Since the establishment of the Reichsmütterdienst, i.e., between April 1st, 1934, and October 1st, 1937, some 1,179,000 married and unmarried women have been thus instructed in 56,400 courses, conducted by over 3,000 teachers of whom about 1,200 are employed full-time, whilst the remaining 2,300 (also possessing the necessary qualifications) act in an honorary capacity or in that of part-time instructresses.
Our next concern was with those millions of German women who, day after day, attend to their heavy duties in factories. We look upon it as most important to make them realise that they, too, are the representatives of their nation. They, too, must take pride in their work and must be able to say: "I have a useful duty to fulfil; and the work I do is an essential part of the work performed by the whole nation."
With this end in view, we have created the Women's Section of the German Labour Front (Frauenamt der Deutschen Arbeitsfront), which has now a membership of over 8,000,000. Foreign critics have frequently stated that German women have no chance of earning their livelihood by working in industrial or other undertakings. I therefore take this opportunity of emphasising that more than 11,500,000 women are employed in the various professions and occupations; the Women's Section of the German Labour Front attending to their interests. Moreover, we are of the opinion that a woman will always find it possible to secure paid employment provided that she is strong enough to do the work demanded of her. This applies to women workers of all categories, irrespective of whether the work is of the physical or intellectual kind. It is therefore the business of the Frauenamt to ensure that women are not employed in any capacity that might prove detrimental to their womanhood and to give them all the protection to which they are specifically entitled. In order to translate these ideas into practice, the Frauenamt has proceeded to appoint a "social industrial woman worker" (soziale Betriebsarbeiterin) for every undertaking in which a considerable number of women are employed. The functions to be exercised by these Betriebsarbeiterinnen are of a general and a special kind. They have to see to it that all women employed in the same undertaking look upon their own interests as identical with those of the latter and that a proper spirit of comradeship grows up among them. They are assisted in their task by the works' leader and the confidential council, and they are in a position to gain the confidence of the other women workers because all of them are comrades of one another. They have to prevent strife, jealousy, and irresponsible talk from poisoning the social atmosphere of the works, to help those of their fellow-workers who may be oppressed by domestic worries, and to assist in rendering the conditions of work as dignified as possible. To that end, they have to furnish the works' leader with suggestions for any measures that may be required to adapt the processes of work - in conformity with the technical peculiarities of the undertaking - to the natural capacities of women. Finally, they have to assist in the transfer of women workers to other places of employment, in the task of making the aspect of the working premises as pleasing as possible, etc. This enumeration of their functions shows that they must not only be experienced social workers, but must also be familiar with the actual work. For this latter reason, they are required to devote several months to such work before they are appointed to the post of social workers. During that time they receive the same wages as the other women workers and are subject to the same regulations as they. Similar arrangements, although on a more modest scale, are made in connection with smaller works, i.e., those where the number of women workers is less than 200.
Special care is devoted by our organisation to married women workers with children and to those expecting to be confined. In this domain of social work we provide assistance, in conjunction with the National Socialist Welfare Organisation (N.S. Volkswohlfahrt), exceeding the standards set by the existing legislation. Such supplementary assistance consists in money, food, linen, etc.
I must not omit to add a few words in reference to the women students who spend part of their holidays for the benefit of those women workers - notably those who have large families - who are in need of a week's relaxation in addition to their regular holidays. The students generously attend to the factory work of these women during their absence; and as they demand no wages, the workers suffer no pecuniary loss whatever. In many instances, free quarters are provided for the students by the National Socialist Women's Organisation (N.S. Frauenschaft), whilst the Welfare Organisation grants special facilities to the women on holiday, such as additional food parcels, board and lodging in one of their mothers' hostels and so on. During the first few years of the operation of the scheme, the students relieved the workers to the extent of 57,700 days' work. Large numbers of letters are received by us every day, in which workers and students alike tell us how grateful they are for their unforgettable experience. Works' leaders, too, continually inform us of the beneficial results achieved.
After completing the inauguration of the above schemes, we continued our work in a different direction, i.e., by organising ourselves. We have now co-ordinated the previously existing women's associations and thus created the German Women's Association (Deutsches Frauenwerk), which is sub-divided into sections along the lines laid down by the N.S. Frauenschaft.
The Deutsches Frauenwerk consists, apart from the Mothers' Service already mentioned, of the following sections : National and domestic economy; cultural and educational matters; assistance, and a foreign section. In addition, there are four large administrative departments, viz., general administration; finances; organisation and staff; the Press and propaganda matters, which latter also deals with the radio, films, and exhibitions.
In the section for national and domestic economy, women and girls are trained to apply the principles of national solidarity. They are taught that, in every household, the mother is responsible for the health of the whole family by providing good food and by generally exercising her duties with skill and efficiency.
The cultural and educational section makes the nation's cultural assets available to women; women artists are assisted in their work, and particular attention is paid to the achievements of women in the realm of science.
The assistance section deals with the work done by female nurses, the Red Cross, and the air defence society.
The foreign section establishes contact with women's associations abroad, supplies information to foreigners, exchanges experiences with foreign organisations, makes arrangements for seeing the institutions in connection with the work of the Deutsches Frauenwerk, etc.
All these groups are under the general direction of the N.S. Frauenschaft, which may therefore be regarded as the leading organisation, whilst the Deutsches Frauenwerk and the Frauenamt der Deutschen Arbeitsfront constitute the joint foundation for the work done by women throughout the country.
Foreigners have repeatedly asked me about the kind of compulsion exercised to make women take part in all this work. I wish to assure inquirers that we know of no compulsion whatever. Those who want to join us, must do so absolutely voluntarily; and I can only say that all of them are joyfully devoted to their work.
Let me conclude by quoting a remark which I made on the occasion of the Women's Congress held at the time of the Nuremberg party rally (1935): "All the work done by us as a matter of course, which is now so comprehensive that we cannot any longer describe it in detail, is only a means to an end. It is the expression of the determination of German women to assist in solving the great problems of our age. A spirit of comradeship animates all of us; and our devotion to our nation guides all our efforts."
DR. LLOYD'S NOTE: Anne Frank is a myth, just like the rest of the holohoax. But this article does make the yids look bad. Hence why I am posting it.
Anne Frank was Betrayed by a Jew Notary
Anne Frank have been betrayed by a Jewish notary, named Arnold van den Bergh, who became an informant for the Germans.
It has long been theorized that the young Jewish diarist and her family were discovered by Gestapo officers in 1944 after a tip-off from an unknown informant but now a retired FBI agent believes he has come up with the name of the man who revealed where the Franks were hiding: Arnold van den Bergh.
For the last six years, Vince Pankoke, who worked for the FBI for 30 years targeting Colombian drug cartels, has worked with a team of investigators and attempted to try to crack the case using modern crime-solving techniques.
Alongside various investigative strategies, Pankoke and his team used artificial intelligence to sort through reams of data and original documents in an attempt to discover who betrayed the Frank family ultimately leading a search team to their secret annex hidden behind a bookcase.
Pankoke and his team scanned local addresses and records to come up with possible suspects, until they found the man they believed was responsible.
They believe Van den Bergh may have been the informant - and astonishingly, that Anne's father Otto Frank knew all about what he had done.
Van den Bergh was a member of Amsterdam's Jewish Council, set up by the Germans to oversee the Jewish populations. Each council had access to a full list of local Jewish people, with Dutch Jews' religion recorded on their birth records.
Pankoke and his team noted that Van den Bergh did not get sent to a concentration camp towards the end of the war, when the Germans began to disband Jewish councils - and now believe he was able to get away by betraying other Jews. He died of unknown causes in London in 1950.
Anne kept a diary during the two years she was in hiding which was published after the war and turned her into a globally recognized symbol of the so-called “Holocaust”.
She died from typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp at age 15, shortly before it was conquered by Allied forces.
Pankoke, together with his team visited the concealed rooms behind an Amsterdam warehouse where the Frank family lived, in the search for clues.
In attempting to work out who tipped off the police to their location, investigators used standard law enforcement techniques in examining various suspects and used the basic principles of 'knowledge, motive, opportunity.'
Pankoke's team included an investigative psychologist, a war crimes investigator, historians, criminologists plus several archival researchers.
They fed letters, maps, photos and books into an artificial intelligence database that was developed specifically for the project and then let the machine learning set to work where it was able to identify relationships between people, addresses that were alike - and connections.
As a founding member of the Jewish Council, Van den Bergh had access to a list of addresses where Jews would have been hiding in Amsterdam.
Pankoke's investigators looked at about dozen potential suspects, each of which in turn was ruled out before Arnold van den Bergh's name was left standing. Anne's father, Otto Frank also received a letter after the war specifically naming Van den Bergh as the prime suspect.
Monday, January 24, 2022
Saturday, January 22, 2022
Cherkassy Pocket – The Final Figures
Source: Siegrunen Magazine (2008)
The strength and casualty figures for the soldiers trapped in the Cherkassy Pocket in Ukraine in January/February 1944 have often been exaggerated, most notably by the Soviets.
Somewhat before the breakout effort began on 17 February 1944, there were 49,000 entrapped German/European troops in 11 different formations belonging to 2 Army Corps. Roughly one-third of the personnel were members of the Waffen-SS serving with the 5.SS-Panzer Division “Wiking” and the 5.SS-Sturmbrigade “Wallonie”. In addition there were some Waffen-SS support troops, drivers and others who were assigned to the Corps’ staff contingents.
Just prior to the breakout from the encirclement, some 4,161 wounded soldiers were evacuated by air leaving the actual number of troops to make the effort at around 45,000. After the strenuous but successful breakout was concluded an official report was issued on 29 February 1944, stating that 27,703 soldiers along with 7,496 wounded men had made it safely to the German lines. Of the wounded, about half were in the “light” category, either frostbit or sick, with over a third listed as moderately wounded and the rest listed as severely wounded.
Therefore about 10,000 soldiers were actually lost in the breakout effort (a far cry from the tens of thousands that appeared in communist and Allied propaganda about the event!), and many of these had already been badly wounded. A lot of them had to be evacuated by pony sled which were no match for Soviet tanks, which crushed entire columns of them. The wounded soldiers who had to be left behind were victims of some of the most gruesome atrocities imaginable. But those are stories that don’t make the “historical” documentary films and television shows!
The final accounting also show that 7,600 soldiers of the “Wiking” Division came through to safety along with 653 Walloon volunteers. About 4,000 wounded from those two contingents had earlier been evacuated by air out of a total of 11,657 wounded from all units that had been taken out prior to the breakout. The “Wiking” Division had about 12,000 men in the pocket to begin with, not including 1,720 men of SS Panzer Regiment 5 who were still in formation at Wildflecken (HQ Staff and II. Battalion + others). Also not involved in this action was III./SS-Pz.Gr.Rgt.9 “Germania”, a total of several hundred men at least.
5.SS-Sturmbrigade “Wallonie” had arrived at the front in November 1943 with about 2,000 troops and after steady battlefield attrition was down to 1,260 when the Cherkassy breakout began on 17 February. Of that total 48% (607) were actually lost in the effort to get through the lines. Most, if not all could be counted as probably killed by the Reds, either in action or in captivity. It should be noted that the Walloons were also part of the rearguard forces staving off advancing Soviet troops and many were cutoff in that capacity before they could get through to safety.
In terms of vehicles, heavy weapons and equipment, the losses were 100%; and those were not easy make up! The human casualties were of course tragic, but except for the “Wallonie” Brigade, not on an overwhelming scale as has been reported for years elsewhere. It proved possible to immediately reassemble the “Wiking” Division and it was soon in action liberating the encirclement at Kowell; although it then had its full Panzer Regiment on hand. It took many months to get the “Wallonie” Brigade back up to some semblance of strength and its next deployment would be in Estonia in August 1944 with a battalion-sized battle-group personally led by the charismatic Leon Degrelle.
The Führer’s New Year’s Proclamation to the Party (January 1, 1932)
National Socialists! The twelfth year of our Movement’s struggle has come to an end. Thanks to the colossal loyalty of all our fellow fighters, thanks to their sense of duty and sacrifice, the victory march of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party can continue this year as well.
We all know one thing: in 1931 our Movement became the largest party in Germany. Tremendous external victories are visible evidence to all of this fact.
When six and a half million German adults elected 107 of our trusted deputies to the German Reichstag on September 14, 1930, for the first time the whole world saw rent apart the web of lies with which the internal growth of our Movement has been outwardly veiled for years. Even the lies and slander were forced to halt their workings: a victory had been wrought which lies could not erase. Admittedly, only a few short weeks later, those professional political perverters of the truth had regained their footing and recovered from the initial shock to the extent that their brazen old game of lies could begin anew. They made an attempt to persuade themselves and the world that only a “temporary illness” of the German Volk could be the cause of our success. The Party - according to them - had reached its climax and would now plunge into abrupt decline.
Party Comrades! You have witnessed how Fate and the facts have once again proven our official political prophets to be liars. The year 1931 has pinned victory upon victory to our National Socialist flags. In spite of the flood of lies, misrepresentations, and slander which I had predicted, the masses of our adherents have grown enormously in this year’s elections. Germany is in the process of becoming National Socialist at a rapid pace. The elections in Bremen, Hamburg, Oldenburg, Anhalt-Dessau, Mecklenburg, Hesse, and Württemberg have brought about a continuous increase in the greatness and significance of our Movement. However, these external victories, no matter how exhilarating they are, would be worthless were they not ultimately accompanied by a comparable internal growth within the Party.
Party Comrades! You should gauge the magnitude of our Movement’s growth by the following: on September 14, 1930, our Party had 293 000 members. Today, on January 1, 1932, membership has already exceeded the 800 000 mark.
By January 1, 1931, approximately 100 000 men had joined our SA and SS organizations. Today, on January 1, 1932, there are far more than 300 000. The number of our adherents already exceeds 15 million!
This is a victory march unparalleled in the history of our Volk.
This numerical growth corresponds to the unique internal expansion of our organization.
Today Bolshevism and its Marxist-Centrist-Democratic helpers are faced with a gigantic front of awakening Germany!
Were it not for the pact which the Center and the middle classes have entered into with Marxism as a result of their inner relatedness of character, there would be no red, anti-Christian Germany today.
Therefore they are the accursed accomplices of Bolshevism.
Just as a figure like Bismarck once rightfully described liberalism as the pacesetter of Social Democracy, Democracy and the Center are today the pacesetters of Bolshevism and thus the parties who are mainly to blame for our misfortune. One merely external demonstration of the greatness of our National Socialist Organization is the establishment of the “Braunes Haus” as central Reich Office. In February of last year, the move was made from the offices in 50 Schellingstrasse to the newly acquired building in the Brienner Strasse. Despite extensions and modifications, today this building is already much too small. A new building is on the rise, another is in the planning stages, and yet another structure neighboring the Braunes Haus has been occupied since December. Not until 1931 was it possible to enlarge Organization Department II.
This has led not only to the increased conquest of the worker in the city, but also to the winning of the peasant.
The National Socialist German Workers’ Party is a party not only of city dwellers; today it is also already the largest German peasants’ party.
Its policy of balancing and reconciling the individual ranks of life, of unifying all Germans for the great political lifework of our Volk, impresses its mark more strongly upon its own composition with each passing month.
The inner stability of our Movement and the absolute rightness of the thoughts as well as the foundations of its organization revealed themselves perhaps most clearly when called upon to overcome all of our adversaries’ attempts, by way of internal disturbances, to fragment the party of German resurrection they so abhor.
The rejoicing with which our enemies welcomed every apparent indication of inner rebellion in our Movement was just as great as their bitter disappointment: the Party has come out of every test stronger than before. The year 1931 is the most convincing evidence of all!
National Socialists! Today you see this evolution clearly behind you. May you set your sights from there on the future. The time is approaching when the world will face a decision which comes about only once in millenniums.
The bourgeois parties view what happens in the world through their own eyes. Small and shortsighted as they are, they suppose the manifestations of the environment to be powers similar to their own. Even now, they have not yet recognized in Bolshevism the destruction of all human cultures but perceive it to be a perhaps still “interesting experiment of a new desire on the part of the State.” They are totally unaware that today a thousand-year-old culture is being shaken to its very foundations; they have no conception of the fact that, if Bolshevism ultimately triumphs, it will not merely mean that a few miserable bourgeois governments will go to the devil, but that irreplaceable historic traditions will come to an end as well. Yes, and that furthermore a turning point in the development of humanity will inevitably be the end result in the worst meaning of the word. Bolshevism’s triumph means not only the end of today’s peoples, their states, their cultures, and their economies; it also means the end of their religions! This world shock will result not in freedom, but in barbarous tyranny on the one hand and a materialistic brutalization of man on the other!
As so often before in the history of peoples, Germany’s fate this time will again be of decisive importance for the fate of all. If the flags of the red stultification and brutalization of humanity (Menschheitsverdummung undMenschheitsvertierung) should ever be hoisted over Germany, the rest of the world will share the same lot.
For seventy years, disreputable bourgeois parties in Germany have exhausted the power of the national idea and, to a large degree, left our Volk at the mercy of Marxism. For seventy years the parties of democracy and, in their wake, the strictly Christian Center Party, have helped to corrupt our Volk by practicing sodomy with the forerunners of Bolshevism.
Today they are clinging with a reprehensible thirst for power to a regime which would no longer belong to them if their own significance alone were any measure.
Were the National Socialist Movement to cease existing today as a counterbalance to Marxism, Germany would be Bolshevist tomorrow.
But what is Fate’s will? If there was any deeper meaning underlying the events of last year, then it can only be that it is Fate’s own will that a clear line is drawn.
We can see how the verse from the Bible which recognizes both the hot and the cold but damns the lukewarm to being spewn forth is coming to fruition in our Volk. The middle will be smashed and shattered. The compromises will come to an end. Today international Bolshevism is faced with the German nation under National Socialism. The Almighty Himself is creating, out of His own merciful will, the prerequisite for the salvation of our Volk; in allowing the lukewarm middle to be destroyed, He intends to give us the triumph.
National Socialists! We now enter upon the new year in the conviction that it will be the most difficult year of the struggle of our Movement.
A glance behind us shows countless sacrifices. As long as we comprised a small party, we were entitled to perceive in our own sacrifices the magnitude of the obligation for our actions. Now that Providence has granted us such great successes, the extent of our duties to Germany lies in the magnitude of the sacrifices which our Volk has taken on in the course of its historical evolution.
We are fighting not for the victory of one party, but rather for the preservation of our Volk.
In view of the magnitude of these sacrifices and this task, we cannot expect that the way which lies ahead will be easy!
Men of the National Socialist Movement! SA and SS Comrades! I repeat the demands I made last year:
Men of my National Socialist Movement! I am not demanding that you do anything illegal, I am not requiring anything which would bring your conscience in conflict with the law, but I do demand that you follow me loyally on the path which the law permits and which my conscience and my insight require, and that you join your fate with my fate.
It will be a purgatory of slander, lies, misrepresentations, terror, and suppression through which our Movement must pass!
Our opponent fears retaliation for the inordinate number of crimes he has perpetrated upon our Volk. Hence no trick or deed is beyond him in his determination to prevent the victory of our Movement.
National Socialists! Expect it from the very beginning, and nothing will surprise you. Then you will overcome everything.
The path from seven men to fifteen million was more difficult than the path from fifteen million to the German nation will be.
As we once had the audacity to believe in our gigantic goal and its realization, let us today have the courage, like a knight without fear and without reproach, to withstand hell, death and the devil and choose the way to victory and freedom. National Socialists! Each of you shall be proud to be attacked by our adversaries in 1932.
He who is not attacked by the Marxist falsifiers and the Centrist liars and their press is useless to Germany and worth nothing to our Volk!
Struggle through to the realization that our enemies today are left with only one means of fighting: lying; and gauge from this the necessity of a community welded together for better or worse.
Comrades! Let us march into this new year as fighters with the goal of leaving it as victors.
Long live our glorious National Socialist Combat Movement!
Long live our eternally beloved German Volk!
Munich, January 1, 1932 – Adolf Hitler
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Soldiers! As after the campaign in Poland, I decided also in July 1940, in spite of bitter experiences, to extend my hand for peace to the enemies who had declared war on us on September 3, 1939.
My hand was rejected, and my offer was interpreted as a sign of weakness.
The men who had already agitated for the First World War before 1914 felt certain that a new coalition would finally defeat the German Volk and its allied states in the year 1941. They would dissolve them and, at the same time, eliminate them. So we had no choice but to fasten on our helmets and to think about the continuation of the struggle.
The reason that these international warmongers decided not to conclude peace under any circumstances was, besides their economic-capitalist interests, the conviction that they would finally be able to destroy the Reich by means of the Soviet Union’s entry into the war against Europe, an entry which had secretly been prepared for the summer of 1941.
Now the year 1941 lies behind us! It was a year of most difficult decisions and extremely bloody battles. However, it will enter history as the year of the greatest victories of all time.
The sons of all German Gaus gloriously fought side by side with the soldiers of our allies in the Balkans, on Crete, in Africa, in the Mediterranean, and in the Atlantic. Since June 22, my Soldiers, you have held your ground in the eastern theater of war, from the regions of the far north to the borders of the Black Sea. You fought battles, the scope and harshness of which taxed you severely, but which, in their successes, are the most glorious military feats in history.
Through you, my Soldiers, the struggle for existence, which has so often been forced on our Volk, has been crowned by victories far surpassing anything known in the past.
Your bravery, your death-defying courage, your willingness to sacrifice, saved not only our German homeland but, beyond this, all of Europe. We shudder at the sight of the fate that it was spared. Women and children and all other working persons in the homeland can never thank you enough for what you have done for them, my Soldiers of the eastern front.
Ever since June 22, you have seen with your own eyes the type of “paradise” into which the joint conspiracy of Jewish capitalists and Jewish Bolsheviks wished to transform our Germany.
My Soldiers! As the Fuhrer, the spokesman for millions of members of our Volk, and the supreme commander of the Wehrmacht, I thank with all my heart all the brave men for the heroism that they so often demonstrated. I greet you, the soldiers of the army and the Waffen SS, especially those on the eastern front, in proud joy of command over that Wehrmacht branch that always and everywhere bears the heaviest burden in battle, and does so here, too.
The entire German homeland looks up to its Wehrmacht with infinite faith. It would like to help every single one of you, as best it can.
All of us, front and Volk together, hold in reverence the comrades who had to seal their love and loyalty for Germany with their deaths. We also think of our fallen allies who fought in our ranks for their countries and for all of Europe.
Soldiers of the Eastern Front! In countless battles in the year 1941, you not only removed from the Finnish, German, Slovak, Hungarian, and Romanian borders the enemy who was ready to launch an attack, but you also drove him back over a thousand kilometers into his own land. In attempting to bring about a turn of events in the winter of 1941–1942 and to move against us once more, he must and will fail! Yes, on the contrary, in the year 1942, after all the preparations that have been made, we will engage this enemy of mankind anew and do battle with him for as long as it takes to break the destructive will of the Jewish-capitalist and Bolshevik world. Germany will not and cannot be dragged into a new war for its existence or nonexistence by the same criminals every twenty-five years! Europe cannot and will not tear itself to pieces forever, just so that a bunch of Anglo-American and Jewish conspirators can find satisfaction for their business machinations in the dissatisfaction of the people.
It is our hope that the blood that is spilled in this war will be the last in Europe for generations. May the Lord help us with this in the coming year!