A Flicker of hope

is all that stood

       . . . against barbarism

Another outreach of such a crisis of madness   

(the First World War)

would necessarily include the destruction 

of society in the public order     June 1, 1933, Adolf Hitler

People cried out

for a better future, but . . .

We have no terretorial demands in Europe

...Germany neither intends nor wishes

to interfere in the internal affairs

of Austria or to conclude an Anschluss    May 1935 Adolf Hitler

If the problem is solved,

there will be no further territorial demands

in Europe by Germany    Sept, 1938  another promise by Adolf Hitler that was not kept

     the swell of  ocean

waves separated the U.S.

from all Europe

The menu at the very top takes you to the author's research on WW II,

but once you leave this page, it becomes another realm.

     Jan. 25-26, 1938

The eclipse was witnessed across Europe and had not been seen since 1709.  It had mainly a reddish glow.  The following link, by Barb Ernster, is worthwhile to read.  An unusual aspect of this was that during this exhibition, it was reported in various areas, there was a noise similar to the sound of burning grass and brush.   Hence, it was not your routine silent Aurora Borealis.  In less than two years, the world was aflame in World War II.  Ricardo Montalban narrated the small video clip (above) about the unearthly phenomenon. 

The prospect of War was Frightening.

Air resistance; Wellington, Lancaster and Hudson typical-era  bombers went up along with barrage balloons.

The rumble of war seemed so distant, as the oceans were ruled by Britannica's Imperial Navy, largest in the world in the period closing the 1930s.

Anger, jealousies

arrogance of

muscle arm tactics

 spread  

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a world pitted against

the morbid legions of Hitler,

engineered by the devils of hell

under God's help, the odious muscle of tyranny

and abject domination were to be defeated

yet, agony and prayers, blood, sweat, and tears

draped the darkened skies

     The aurora of January 25-26, 1938 was connected, according to scientists, to a massive solar storm which occurred January 16-26 with peak activity on the 22, 25 and 26 of January and was part of the 17th solar cycle.  Ricardo Montalban narrated the small video clip (below) about the unearthly phenomenon. 

It is best not to view this in landscape mode.

Another outreach of such a crisis of madness   (the First World War)

would necessary include the destruction 

of society in the public order