Category Archives: World War III

Friday Photos: True Hollywood Confessions

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The Ten Greatest War Movies of All Time

Movies about war are ideally suited to the kinetic energy of motion pictures. The eternal themes of love, courage, and loyalty are given full range in the theater of war. Readers will immediately notice the absence of silent films and movies from Hollywood’s golden age. Yes, in spite of our love of classic cinema we […]

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Books On My Night Table

Opening sentences: Ian Kershaw’s To Hell and Back: Europe 1914–1949: “Europe’s twentieth century was a century of war.”

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David Niven, Ginger Rogers, and the Battle of the Bulge

On the night of December 16, 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, eight jeep teams made up of German soldiers fluent in English slipped through American lines. Some carried vials of sulphuric acid to throw in the faces of American guards if they were stopped. Other groups cut communication wires and carried out minor […]

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Holocaust Memorial Day: Death March to Dachau

One of my closest friends here in Los Angeles is Mr. Sol Teichman, a prominent citizen, businessman, philanthropist, and a Holocaust survivor. Born on September 9, 1927, in the Hungarian town of Munkacs, Sol’s family were prominent and prosperous grain, bean and walnut merchants. The family lived in a lovely home in a quiet cul-de-sac […]

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Forum: What Was Your Opinion Of President Obama’s Speech On ISIS?

Once again, my friend Rob Miller, author of  the fine JoshuaPundit blog, invited Seraphic Secret to participate in the question of the week. What Was Your Opinion Of President Obama’s Speech On ISIS? I already weighed in on Obama’s ghastly speech about the Islamic Reich in my 9-11 post, but add this brief coda:

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