My Mom’s Last Story

My Mother went to her grave saying, “Hitler was a Good Man.  He was like Nixon.  He had bad advisors.”

Before I get into this it might be a good idea to read this post.

I’m not a Nazi, But My Mom Was

Mom told stories to me all my life.  I became a World War Two historian to prove she was a lying Bitch.

“Have another scotch Mom. Tell me another story”

One by one, I learned that she was telling the truth.  She was a farmer’s daughter living in Insterburg, East Prussia.

Insterburg, East Prussia


She was very proud of Insterburg.  They had the first panzer division.  The first Stuka squadron.  The first SS division. Come on Mom, how could all these “firsts” happen in your farm village.  Well for one, Insterburg was a city of  41,230 people in 1933.  East Prussia was separated from Germany after World War One.  It was far from the prying eyes of the Versailles Treaty.  A perfect place for Hitler to covertly convert  glider clubs into Luftwaffe squadrons.  The first panzer units were formed there.  In fact the Panzer I was based on a  Soviet design.


Hitler had the Bomb

Mom always said the German scientists made the first Atomic Bomb.  That the one dropped on Hiroshima was a German design.  In 1982, Mom was dying of cancer and had six months to live. She came to see me in Texas.  Through the booze and the drugs, she tried desperately tried to get through to me. One of the last things she told me was:

“Wherever you go.  Whatever you do.  Remember, Mein Hut hat Drie Ecke.” 

Sure Mom, your hat has three corners. Whatever.

This story put in the bullshit pile until Christmas 1998.  My good friend Andy knew I liked UFO’s and Nazis and gave me a book that combined the two.  The book was Reich of the Black Sun– Nazi Secret Weapons and The Cold War Allied Legend”.  Nazi UFO’s, yeah yeah. Whatever.  Nazi time machine, yeah, yeah.  Whatever.  Then I turned the page and my life changed.

Black Sun

What the Hell?

Not only that but it was tested in the Baltic Sea off of East Prussia.  Everyone in East Prussia had a story about how the sun came up one night.  Even my Oma (Grandmother), a staunch Weimar Republic woman had her own story. Have you ever wondered why the Americans tested the second bomb and not the first?  They already knew the first one worked.

All Our Ammunition was Sabotaged

When the Russians attacked Konigsberg they had to abandon the city.  Mom said that they had enough troops and enough guns to defend the city but all the ammunition was sabotaged.  I didn’t believe this one.  How can you sabotage train loads of ammunition.  But then I watched “Schindler’s List”.

Hitler Didn’t Die in Berlin

Mom used to go on drunken rants about Hitler surviving WW2. I dismissed it as wishful thinking. However, Mom was in Berlin in May of 1945 and the city was rive with rumors of Hitler’s escape. In the book, Grey Wolf-The Escape of Adolf Hitler; the book concerns the allegations by its makers that Adolf Hitler did not die in his Berlin bunker in 1945 but escaped, along with Eva Braun and several other Nazi officials, to Argentina and lived six miles east of Bariloche. Hitler’s escape was organized by Martin Bormann, who also fled to Argentina, and was aided and abetted by the Government of Juan Perón. Hitler died in Argentina alone, poor and mentally ill in 1962,[2] leaving behind a wife and at least one child.

While the claim is fantastic, to date there is no evidence that Hitler and Eva Braun died in the Berlin bunker or that their bodies were burned. The skull fragments and jaw that the Soviets claimed were of Hitler have been tested for DNA and turn out to be female. Today’s facial recognition software has proven that the guy handing out medals to the Hitler Youth was not Hitler but a body double.


Here we come to Mom’s Last Story.  The biggest whopper of them all.

The Holocaust was Allied Propaganda

This is NOT about Holocaust denial.  I know the Holocaust happened.  I did not understand what Mom was telling me.  From her perspective.  Just last year, I figured it out.  While researching Hitler’s stolen art, I came across a video explaining that the movies and pictures of the Holocaust were made by the Allies.  At General Eisenhower’s direct order.

This scene is completely accurate.  Faced with the dilemma of all these liberated prisoners in many different  countries, the Allies were swamped and did not have the resources to simply free the prisoners.  Along with the food issue many camps were infected with Typhus, Cholera, Dysentery and other deadly diseases that simple could not be allowed to escape.

After the war, the prisoners kept dying.  Eisenhower’s photographers took pictures as the bodies stacked up. Ike then published those pictures and said they were of Nazi origin.  That this is exactly what soldiers found when they liberated the camps. The logical thing to do was to reopen the ovens but that was forbidden.

Mom was right 90% of what is taught today is Allied propaganda.

Now look at these pictures and think of what you see.

Mass Grave
The Dead

The Allies dug mass graves and buried the dead.  Standard Operating Procedure.   I ask you to do what I did.  Go look at Holocaust pictures of the camps.  Try to see the difference of genuine Nazi pictures, what they did  and Post War Allied pictures.  Do not be deceived when you see German soldiers burying the dead.  That was work the German POW’s and civilians did.

The Atomic Bomb

Take it from One,
Who Knows the Score,
The 509th,
Is Winning the War.

On August 6th, 1945, Hiroshima Japan became the first Atomic Target. The Atomic Bomb was developed by the United States by the super secret “Manhattan Project”.

Louis Slotin
Louis Slotin

The work was dangerous as well as time-consuming. One of the worst accidents involved Louis Slotin, a Canadian scientist in charge of monitoring plutonium chain reactions in a device known as the “guillotine.” One day the Slotin’s screwdriver got jammed in the guillotine, causing the plutonium to form a hypercritical mass capable of explosion. Immediately Slotin tore apart the two pieces of plutonium with his bare hands and in the process absorbed an enormous amount of radiation.

The event is accurately portrayed in the movie “Fat Man and Little Boy “.


The explosion was averted, but at the price of his life.


The code words for the bombs were:

Little Boy– Hiroshima

Fat Man– – Nagasaki

Fat Man was the bomb used on Nagasaki. It used a detonation method that resulted in a larger explosion from a similar amount of radioactive material. It resulted in large amounts of radioactive fallout. It exploded with the force of 21 Kilotonnes of TNT. It had a blast radius of about 5 kilometers. It missed its target zone, but still managed to wipe out 70% of the industrial zone. Little Boy. Little Boy was the bomb used on Hiroshima. It used a different detonation method, that did not result in large amounts of radioactive fallout. It exploded with a force of 16 Kilotonnes (16,000 tonnes) of TNT. Or the equivilant of 200 bombing runs. The blast radius was about 3 kilometers wide and had an impact which caused fires 6 and a half kilometres away. It was regarded as being inefficient and not powerful enough.


But the first bomb detonated as a test in New Mexico was named “Gadget”.

The first nuclear weapon detonated by the Soviet Union was named “First Lightning“.

The first Hydrogen Bomb was detonated in 1951 by the Americans. Code named “Ivy Mike“, the scientists called it “Sausage“. It was the size of a small factory and weighed a mere 56 metric TONS. When detonated, it vaporized the island of Elugelab where it was constructed. See the Proof.

This is  Ivy-Mike.

Operation Hurricane was the test of the first British atomic device on 3 October 1952

Gerboise Bleue (“blue jerboa” or Blue Rat) was the name of the first French nuclear test. It was an atomic bomb detonated in the middle of the Algerian Sahara desert on 13 February 1960, during the Algerian War (1954–62)

The first Chinese bomb was detonated in 1964 and was named “596“.

“Born Inside Box 1663” – Box 1663, Santa Fe, NM was the “blind” address used for all correspondence to and from Los Alamos. The actual name Los Alamos was prohibited from showing up on any letters or parcels – coming or going! The address shown on the birth certificates of the children born at the Los Alamos Engineers Hospital during the war years indicated a simple “Box 1663”.

Some weeks after Germany had surrendered, a German U-boat (#U-234) pulled into the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Virginia. The crew promptly surrendered themselves and their cargo – 10 cases of uranium ore being transported to Japan.

Edward Teller, whom history would later dub the Father of the Hydrogen Bomb made a bet that the Trinity Test (Gadget) might cause a chain reaction that would ignite the whole of the Earth’s atmosphere, killing every living thing on the planet. While most viewed that outcome as all but impossible, there was sufficient “wiggle room” in the calculations used to predict the bomb’s output that the Manhattan Project scientists actually started a small betting pool on the suspected force of the atomic blast. Physicist I. I. Rabi won the pool, having predicted an 18-kiloton blast, which most closely met the observed Trinity output of 18.6 kilotons.

The B-29’s that participated in the first Atomic Mission (Hiroshima)were:

Enola Gay– Carrying the Bomb (Little Boy).

The Great Artiste– Carrying Instruments and Cameras.

Aircraft No. 91 (later named Necessary Evil)-Carrying Instruments and Cameras.

Straight Flush– Weather Plane (Hiroshima).

Full House– Weather Plane (Nagasaki, secondary target).

Jabbitt III– Weather Plane (Kokura, tertiary target).

Top Secret– Flying Spare Aircraft.


The Crew of the Enola Gay were:

Flight Crew:

Navy Capt. William “Deak” Parsons, Manhattan Project Scientist

Sgt. Joseph S. Stiborik, radar operator

S/Sgt. George R. Caron, tail gunner

Pfc. Richard H. Nelson, radio operator

Sgt. Robert H. Shumard, assistant engineer

S/Sgt. Wyatt E. Duzenbury, flight engineer

Capt. Theodore J. Van Kirk, navigator

Maj. Thomas W. Ferebee, bombardier

Col. Paul W. Tibbets, 509th Group CO and pilot

Capt. Robert A. Lewis, co-pilot

Lt. Jacob Beser, radar countermeasure officer

Lt. Morris R. Jeppson, bomb electronics test officer

Ground Crew:


Technical Sgt. Walter F. McCaleb, crew chief

Sgt. Leonard W. Markley

Sgt. Jean S. Cooper

Cpl. Frank D. Duffy

Cpl. John E. Jackson

Cpl. Harold R. Olson

Pfc. John J. Lesniewski

Lt. Col. John Porter, ground maintenance officer

Capt. Robert A. Lewis, co-pilot of The Enola Gay was keeping a diary of the mission. as they started the bomb run he wrote:

“There’ll be a short intermission while we bomb the target.”

After the explosion he wrote:


Political correctness has revised his quote to read:

“OH MY GOD! What have we done? If I live 100 years I will never forget this moment.”

In interviews, Lewis has said all he wrote was “OH MY GOD!”. He says that was the only thing he could think of.