We talked about England. I asked him bluntly:

“Why on earth didn’t you finish off the British

at Dunkirk? Everyone knew you could have wiped

them out.” He answered: “Yes, I withheld

my troops and let the British escape back

to England. The humiliation of such

a defeat would have made it difficult to

try for peace with them afterwards.”


                                                             ...From a private conversation between Leon Degrelle, of the

                                                                 Belgian Walloon Waffen SS Contigent, and Adolf Hitler.

The Battle of Dunkirk (French: Bataille de Dunkerque) was fought in Dunkirk (Dunkerque),
France, during the Second World War, between the Allies and  Germany. As the Allies were
losing the Battle of France on the Western Front, the Battle of Dunkirk was the defence and
evacuation to Britain of British and other Allied forces in Europe from 26 May to 4 June 1940.
 Hitler allowed the orderly evacuation from the
beaches of Dunkirk as a show of good faith.
Hitler’s gracious act of allowing the British to escape the continent unmolested at Dunkirk
proves is that he did not want war, and that he believed that the gesture might strengthen
the hand of the formidable pro-peace forces in Britain. And indeed, after Dunkirk, the
British War Cabinet was divided between the Lord Halifax camp which was willing to
hear Hitler’s 3rd party peace proposal (to be delivered by his Italian ally Mussolini),
and the Churchill camp which wanted to continue the war. Ultimately, the warmongers
outmaneuvered Halifax and the war (due in large measure to FDR’s aid to the UK) continued.
Lord Halifax (tall man) wanted the British War Cabinet to end the war -- if Hitler's terms were
acceptable. Mad Dog Churchill blocked his efforts to even have the proposals heard. 

It is perfectly reasonable to say, with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight, that Hitler should

have captured the 250,000 member “British Expeditionary Force” --- but to ascribe the lost

opportunity to “treason” is childishly idiotic. If Hitler was a "British agent," then why even

preemptively drive the British away from Norway, Denmark, Belgium and Holland to begin

with? Had Lord Halifax and others succeeded in stopping the war, Hitler would have looked

like a genius for his grace at Dunkirk.




Soldiers of the western front! Dunkirk has fallen! 40,000 English and

French have been taken prisoner as the final remnant of once great armies.


Immense material has been taken as booty.


The greatest battle in world history has thereby ended.


Soldiers! My trust in you was a boundless one. You have not disappointed me.

The boldest plan in military history was achieved through your unequaled valor,

through your energy in the bearing of great hardships, maximum exertions and efforts.


In a few weeks, you have, in heavy fighting, often against thoroughly brave opponents,

forced two states to capitulation, annihilated France’s best divisions, beaten, captured

or chased from the continent the British Expeditionary Corps. All formations of the Wehrmacht

on land and in the sky outdid themselves reciprocally in the noblest competition of action

for our folk and the Greater German Reich. Brave men of the navy participated in these deeds.


Soldiers! Many of you have sealed their loyalty with their lives, others are

wounded. The hearts of our folk are with them and with you in deep gratitude.


England’s and France’s plutocratic rulers, who have con-spired to prevent by all means

the blossoming of a new, better world, wish the continuation of this war. Their wish should be fulfilled!


Soldiers! As of this present day, the western front assembles again. Countless new divisions

join you, which for the first time will see and strike the opponent. The struggle for our

folk’s freedom, for existence or non-existence for now and for all future, will hence be

continued until the annihilation of those hostile rulers in London and Paris, who even now

still believe they can see in war the better means for the realization

of their folk-hostile plans. Their historical instruction will be our victory!


All of Germany, however, is again with you in spirit.


Führer headquarters, June 5, 1940
Adolf Hitler









Click on this text to examine THE ROMMEL PAPERS

Dunkirk and After

From Captain Archibald Maule Ramsay's book: THE NAMELESS WAR

Captain Liddell Hart, the eminent military critic, wrote a book on the military events of
1939-45, which was published in 1948, and entitled The Other Side of the Hill.

Chapter 10 -- which deals with the German invasion of France down to and including
Dunkirk -- bears the somewhat startling title, "How Hitler beat France and saved

The reading of the chapter itself will astound all propaganda-blinded people, even
more than the title: for the author therein proves that not only did Hitler save this
country; but that this was not the result of some unforeseen factor, or indecision, or
folly, but was of set purpose, based on his long enunciated and faithfully maintained

Having given details of how Hitler peremptorily halted the Panzer Corps on the 22nd
May, and kept them inactive for the vital few days, till, in fact, the British troops had got
away from Dunkirk, Captain Liddell Hart quotes Hitler's telegram to Von Kleist:

"The armoured divisions are to remain at medium artillery range from Dunkirk.
Permission is only granted for reconnaissance and protective movements."

Von Kleist decided to ignore the order, the author tells us. To quote him again:

"Then came a more emphatic order, that I was to withdraw behind the canal. My
tanks were kept halted there for three days."

In the following words the author reports a conversation which took place on May 24th
(i.e. two days later) between Herr Hitler and Marshal Von Runstedt, and two key men
of his staff:

"He then astonished us by speaking with admiration of the British Empire, of the
necessity for its existence, and of the civilisation that Britain had brought into the
world ...

He compared the British Empire with the Catholic Church -- saying they were
both essential elements of stability in the world. He said that all he wanted from
Britain was that she should acknowledge Germany's position on the continent.
The return of Germany's lost colonies would be desirable, but not essential, and
he would even offer to support Britain with troops, if she should be involved in
any difficulties anywhere.

He concluded by saying that his aim was to make peace with Britain, on a basis
that she would regard compatible with her honour to accept."

Captain Liddell Hart comments on the above as follows:

"If the British Army had been captured at Dunkirk, the British people might have
felt that their honour had suffered a stain, which they must wipe out. By letting it
escape, Hitler hoped to conciliate them. This conviction of Hitler's deeper motive
was confirmed by his strangely dilatory attitude over the subsequent plans for the
invasion of England."

"He showed little interest in the plans," Blumentritt said, "and made no effort to
speed up the preparation. That was utterly different to his usual behaviour.
Before the invasion of Poland, of France, and later of Russia, he repeatedly
spurred them on; but on this occasion he sat back."

The author continues:

"Since the account of his conversation at Charleville, and subsequent holding
back, comes from a section of the Generals, who had long distrusted Hitler's
policy, that makes their testimony all the more notable."

And later he goes on to say:

"Significantly their account of Hitler's thoughts about England at the decisive
hour before Dunkirk, fits in with much that he himself wrote earlier in Mein
Kampf; and it is remarkable how closely he followed his own Bible in other
Anyone who has read Mein Kampf will immediately appreciate the accuracy of the
above statement. It is indeed if anything an understatement. Throughout that
remarkable book runs two main themes, as I have shown in an earlier chapter -- the
one, a detailed delineation and denunciation of the Jewish Capitalist-Revolutionary
machine; the other, admiration for and eagerness for friendship with Britain and the

It is a pity, indeed, that so few persons in this island have read this book for
themselves; and it is a tragedy that they have instead swallowed wholesale, the
unscrupulous distortions and untrue propaganda on the subject, served up to them by
Jewish publicity machinery, operating through our press and radio.

Let these people but try and obtain a copy of that book; and when they find they
cannot, let them reflect, that if indeed its contents confirmed the lies that they
have been told concerning it and its author, the powers behind our publicity
would ensure that everyone should be able to secure a copy at the cheapest
possible rate.

In any event, I would urge my countrymen to ponder most earnestly the following facts.
The Jew Karl Marx laid it down, that Bolshevism could never really succeed till
the British Empire had been utterly destroyed.

Hitler laid it down, that the British Empire was an essential element of stability in the
world; and even declared himself ready to defend it with troops, if it should be involved
in difficulties anywhere.

By unscrupulous propaganda on an unprecedented scale this country was led into
destroying those who wished to be her friends, and offered their lives to defend her;
and exalting those, who proclaimed that her destruction was a necessary preliminary
to the success of their ideology, forfeiting her Empire and her economic independence
in the process.




When you consider the Jewish directed psychopathic barbarity of the subsequent

English destruction of Germany, hindsight proves that it would have been

reasonable and prudent had Hitler killed and/or captured every British soldier

trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk.




“We began to bomb objectives on the German mainland before the

Germans began to bomb objectives on the British mainland.”

~ J. M. Spaight, CB. CBE. Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry.


“The first ‘area’ air attack of the war was carried out by 134 British bombers on the German

city of Mannheim, on the 16 December 1940.  The object of this attack, as Air Chief Marshall

Peirse later explained, was, “To concentrate the maximum amount of damage in the centre of the town,”

~ The Strategic Air Offensive Against Germany. (H. M Stationery Office, London, 1961).



“Hitler only undertook the bombing of British civilian targets reluctantly three months

after the RAF had commenced bombing German civilian targets.  Hitler would have been

willing at any time to stop the slaughter. Adolf Hitler was genuinely anxious to

reach with Britain an agreement confining the action of aircraft to battle zones.”

~ J. M Spaight, CB. CBE. Bombing Vindicated, p.47. Principal Secretary to the Air Ministry.


Captain Sir. Basil Liddell Hart, eminent British war historian and strategist declared that

through this strategy victory had been achieved “through practicing the most uncivilised

means of warfare that the world had known since the Mongol invasions.”

~ The Evolution of Warfare. Baber & Faber, 1946, p.75.



"It was absolutely contrary to international law. The British Government would

never resort to the deliberate attack on women and children for the purposes

of mere terrorism.”  

~ Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain before being ousted as Prime Minister.