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Why is Friday 13th Unlucky for Some

Why is Friday 13th Unlucky for Some

Why is Friday 13th unlucky for some?                              Knights Templar and Friday 13th October 1307, The reason for this saying comes from  Friday 13th October in the year 1307, when all Templar Knights were simultaneously arrested & persecuted and charged with being heretics - the most evil crime of the Christian Church in those days.  Jacques de Molay the Grand Master of the Order was imprisoned for seven years, tortured and questioned as a heretic before finally being bunt at the stake in the year 1314. Rothely in Leicestershire...

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New Products and Free UK Postage from October

New Products and Free UK Postage from October

New Gift Products for Christmas

We will be adding some great new ranges for the run into Christmas. Here are a few new things to look out for:

  • Knights Templar Mugs and T Shirts,
  • Music CDs of the Third Reich 
  • SS Songbook pocket size, with all words and music in German 
  • Adolf Hitler Speeches  CD's reproduced from the original tapes 
  • Mein Kampf German Language pocket size reprint of the complete original version that was issued to all German soldiers. 

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10,000 War Crimes Trials since 1945

10,000 War Crimes Trials since 1945

10,000 War Crimes Trials since 1945 Approximately 10,000 "War Crimes Trials" have been held since 1945. Trials of Japanese military personnel ended in 1949, yet "war crimes trials" of Germans and Eastern Europeans continue to this day, well publicised by English newspapers. Almost invariably, the charge is "violation of the laws and customs of war," derived, in turn, from international conventions signed at the Hague in 1899 and 1907.It is clear that these trials have little or no basis in law from the vague wording of the treaties which are said to have been violated. The illegalities of "war crimes"...

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OPERATION: MARKET BOSWORTH 1940's Event 16-17 Sept 2017

OPERATION: MARKET BOSWORTH 1940's Event 16-17 Sept 2017

OPERATION: MARKET BOSWORTH 1940's Event 16-17 Sep 2017 Experience WW2 with living history! See and hear what it would have been like on the front line with live Battle re-enactments. See a replica STUG III and M24 Tank in action and other Military vehicles of the war effort. See what equipment would have been used to fight the enemy and speak with living history re-enactors and learn about our history when the World was at War. www.konigbooks.uk will be at Shackerstone Station with the German Re-enactor encampments Market Bosworth Station Goods Yard The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight will be...

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Changing Berlin National Geographic Feb 1937

Changing Berlin National Geographic Feb 1937

Changing Berlin National Geographic February 1937  By Douglas Chandler  February 1937 edition of National Geographic contains a 50-page article about Berlin and what life was like for the ordinary citizens of Berlin under the National Socialist Government in Germany. Written and published by the only independent media in Europe, the historical importance of this article is paramount for anyone studying the social and political history of Germany before World War II. One original edition of this Magazine has been found and purchased to enable this vital article to be read again by anyone with a historical interest in the unbiased view...

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