and Ledochowski's westward shift of Poland
and displacement/erasure of Prussia
the following might be of interest for you:In the spring of 1943, Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, head of the German Secret Service, met with George Earle, the American Naval Attache in Istanbul, Turkey. Admiral Canaris came to discuss the surrender of the German armed forces. He reported that he had joined with other German leaders in an assassination plot to remove Hitler from power. After this was accomplished, they would take over the German government, and surrender to the Allies, with only one condition:So it looks like there were two attempts to negotiate a surrender?
There must be no Soviet advance into Central Europe.
Mr. Earle sent President Roosevelt a note informing him of Canaris'
He received no reply.
Earle tried again, and this time he received what has been termed a "brush-off" from President Roosevelt.
So Earle flew to Washington. Roosevelt told him that his concerns were overly anxious, that Germany would soon surrender after the planned attack commenced through Western Europe.
Earle was very disappointed, and returned to Istanbul. He advised Canaris of what he had learned, and he returned to Germany, where he and the other plotters against Hitler's life were found out and either hung or shot for their efforts to shorten the war and prevent the expansion of the Russians into Eastern Europe.4
If Roosevelt had accepted Canaris' offer: "... the war might have ended in 1943. Countless lives would in all probability have been saved, and, of greatest importance, the Allies wouldn't have supplanted one dangerous ideology with another. The Soviet hordes would have been stopped at the Polish border. The entire map of Europe would have been different."5
Earle returned to the United States. He wrote "I decided to make known some of my views and observations about the so-called allies, the Soviets, so as to wake up the American people about what was really going on. I contacted the President about it, but he reacted strongly and specifically forbade me to make my views known to the public. Then upon my requesting active duty in the Navy, I was ordered to Samoa, in the far-distant South pacific"6
In fact, Earle was warned by Roosevelt's daughter in a letter to him "... that if he carried out his outlined program of publicly criticizing and commenting on some of the Soviet moves, he could be adjudged guilty of treason."7
It is indeed unfortunate that the Roosevelts took this position on the "Soviet moves," the movement of Russian troops into the Eastern European countries as the war was ending, as evidenced by President Roosevelt's inaction in the Canaris case, and the letter of his daughter in the Earle case, because the citizens in these countries did not want the Russians to occupy their nations. This fact was made brutally apparent as millions of these patriots actually joined with the German armed forces in an attempt to keep the Russians from advancing into their respective countries.
So Roosevelt could have truly assisted these patriots in keeping their countries free of Communism by assisting the Canaris group, and Earle could have been of immense assistance in bringing these matters to the attention of the American people.
But it was not to be, and the Eastern European countries were occupied by the Russian Communists much to the chagrin of millions of patriots. Roosevelt continued his support of the Russian government as the war ended by guaranteeing their occupation of these nations by the agreements made at the wartime conferences with the major leaders of the Allied governments.
Ralph Epperson, The Unseen Hand, p.286-287
On the following pages more betrayals are decribed, like the unnecessary concessions made to Stalin by Roosevelt and Churchill at Yalta, and the betrayal of (orthodox) Russian soldiers (among them General Vlasov and his soldiers) and civilians in a forced repatriation during „Operation Keelhaul” approved by Roosevelt and Eisenhower.
I read somewhere that Admiral Canaris and General Rommel, both high-ranking victims of the Nazi regime, were both Protestants.
Wlodimir Ledochowski's Masonic Tool FDR