By John Loftus
Totally revised and multiplied, this stirring account unearths how the U.S. govt accepted the unlawful access of Nazis into North the USA within the years following international warfare II. This amazing research exposes the key element of the nation division that begun, beginning in 1948 and unbeknownst to Congress and the general public until eventually lately, to rent contributors of the puppet wartime executive of Byelorussia—a zone of the Soviet Union occupied by way of Nazi Germany. A former Justice division investigator exposed this attractive tale within the documents of numerous executive enterprises, and it truly is now on hand with a bankruptcy formerly banned from unlock by means of experts and a foreword and afterword with lately declassified materials.
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Qxd:FOR 077 LAYOUTS 29/5/08 16:02 Page 37 With the rapid expansion in the building programme in the early 1930s the UNVSR was also reorganized with the creation of individual labour directorates – upravleniia nachal’nika rabot, or UNR. Each UNR was subordinated to the Military Construction Directorate, but was directly responsible for the day-to-day control of the work in individual fortified regions. The UNR could assign labour and could also call on engineers and troops in the region to help with the construction work.
Around the village of Kunigiskiai, in Lithuania, the Soviets had built a series of bunkers supported by other outposts. These were tenaciously defended and repulsed the frontal assault of 3rd Battalion. It was not until 1st Battalion, advancing on its flank, had broken through the defences and entered the village from the rear, so cutting off the defenders’ line of retreat, that the resistance finally ended. With this hurdle safely negotiated, the advance gathered pace and by the beginning of July the division had crossed the old Soviet frontier, which brought it up against the defences of the Stalin Line.
Along their length there were often internal defence positions to counter enemy incursions should they gain access to the tunnel system. There was also a series of rooms that branched off the main tunnel network that had to be hewn out of the rock. These included storerooms, shower and toilet facilities, a communications room, boiler room and accommodation, although invariably not enough for the entire garrison. ABOVE LEFT The entrance to the underground gallery of a mina located near the village of Yurovka in the Kiev Fortified Region.
America's Nazi Secret: An Insider's History by John Loftus