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Sunday, 3 March 2013

On this day March 3rd: Blue Division fights on.

On this day March 3rd:
1801-First US Jewish Governor, David Emanuel, took office in Georgia
1847-Aryan Genius Alexander Graham Bell, inventor was born in Edinburgh, Great Britain.
1904-Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany became the first person to make a sound recording of a political document, using Thomas Edison's cylinder.
1908-The U.S. government declared open war on on U.S. anarchists, who were mostly Bolshevik Jews from Russia.
1915-The motion picture "Birth of a Nation" the epic story of the rise of the Klan, debuted in New York City.
1918-Germany, Austria and Russia signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk ending Russia's involvement in World War I, and leading to the independence of Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland .Lenin who was given free access into Russia by the Germans soon began a Jewish communist assault that would eventually encompass the whole planet and threaten the very existence of the White Race.
1922-Italian Fascists occupied Fiume and Rijeka.
1940-In Finland the Bolsheviks launched a massive offensive and brought Viipuri under direct attack. This brought home to the Finns the fact that they could not resist for must longer against the overwhelming forces that the Russians were deploying.
1940-Five reds were killed in an arson attack on the offices of the communist newspaper Norrskensflamman in Luleå, Sweden.
1942-Ten Japanese warplanes raided the town of Broome, Western Australia, killing more than 100 people.
1943-173 Londoners were killed in a panic crush at Bethnal Green tube station when a new AA weapon noise was heard for the first time and was mistaken for an air raid.
1944-German attacks ceased at Anzio after the loss of 3,500 men and 30 Panzer's in four days.
1944-Under pressure from the Western Allies to withdraw all remaining Spanish troops from the Eastern front, the Franco government ordered members of the so-called “Blue Legion,” attached to the German 121st Infantry Division, to return home and outlawed service by Spanish citizens with the Axis forces. Nevertheless, many anti-Communist Spaniards defied orders and volunteered for service with the Waffen SS, some of them fighting with fanaticism to the end in the ruins of Berlin.

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