Hiroshi Ōshima: More Nazi than the Nazis

Hiroshi Ōshima, Born April 19, 1886, Died June 6, 1975 (aged 89) Tokyo, Japan Allegiance Empire of Japan Service/branch Imperial Japanese Army Years of service 1906–1945 Rank Lieutenant General Battles/wars World War

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Waffen SS Indian Legion

The Indian Legion, officially the Free India Legion or Infantry Regiment 950 (Indian) and later the Indian Volunteer Legion of the Waffen-SS, was a military unit raised during the Second

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Nicaragua’s humanitarian crisis won’t just affect the whole of Central America

Forty years ago, US policy dictated the future of Nicaragua; now, as it stands on the brink of another civil war, Nicaragua could dictate the future of US policy. Add

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The flow of refugees fleeing Venezuela is about to become a tidal wave

If Venezuela’s economic collapse continues, as seems likely, “We estimate that the number of Venezuelans who will have moved to Colombia will not be 1 million, but 2 million over

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Ongoing Civil Unrest In Nicaragua Can Lead To A Refugee Crisis

After three months of the ongoing protests, hundreds of people have been killed and thousands wounded by pro-government forces, engendering a great deal of fear and pushing the residents to

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The Argentine peso has lost half its value this year

But Argentines are conspicuously lacking in confidence. An estimated $20 billion has fled the country this year, according to the central bank, and Argentines have converted more than $20 billion

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Bosnian police intercept 50 migrants on cargo train

Bosnia had not been on the well-trodden migrant route through the Balkans to European Union nations until earlier this year when arrivals jumped. About 11,000 people from Asia and North

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Idlib awaits the great massacre

Therefore, if the war erupts in Idlib within the next few days as the Iranians, Syrian regime leaders and Russian military leaders are threatening, we may witness the greatest massacre

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