Where Can I Find Answers to my History Related Questions?
Listed below are History related questions which I am asked
most frequently. Other Categories can be found
History Related Questions
- When did World War Three start?
- Why isn't your site as detailed as other
World War sites?
- Where can I see a copy of Albert Pike's letter about the planned Three World Wars to Mazzini?
(or something similar about the letter)
- The statistics you quote: Why are they
inaccurate / incomplete / missing?
- What are your sources? / Do you have a
- My Grandfather / Father / Uncle fought
in one of the wars with the 542nd / 51st / 12th Battalion; where
do I find information about him and his unit? (or
- Do you have further historical information to
help me with an assignment?
When did World War Three start?
A. Although it's too early for this date to be readily
accepted now, I believe that history will record the start of
WW3 as being the US invasion of Iraq on March 20, 2003.
Just as at the start of
WW2, the entire world wasn't immediately engulfed in the
flames of war in early September 1939. Similarly, WW3
will have a period of 'warming up' before those living through
the event acknowledge that war has commenced. We are now
in that period.
For a more general breakdown of the phases of WW3, see the
The 6 Acts of WW3.
Why isn't your site as detailed as other
World War sites? I can't complete my research unless you
provide more detail. Why is some or other vital piece of
A. Unlike other sites who can afford to
focus on a specific war and thus provide far more detail than
I do, my intention is to provide a
'helicopter view' of the true causes behind each World War, not to
provide detailed statistics on each. If you're looking
for information to complete a school assignment, I strongly
suggest you read my disclaimer.
If you've done that and are still looking for more
information, feel free to use the same research I used in
preparing for this site, including timelines, casualties, leaders and
countries involved. Help yourself at my
Where can I see a copy of Albert
Pike's letter about the planned Three World Wars to Mazzini? / Does the Mazzini letter exist? /
How could the letter mention Fascism when it was supposed to
be written in 1871, before Mussolini started the fascist army?
/ How could the letter mention Nazism in 1871, when the
Nazi party only came to power at the end of WW1? (or something
similar about the letter).
A. As far as I can ascertain (myself and others who
have been in contact with me have done extensive research),
the letter cannot be found. Since it cannot be found,
this raises doubts on whether it ever existed.
Whether the letter ever existed or not, I have included
reference to it on this site (with the appropriate notes about
it's history) for a number of reasons:
- The letter is widely referenced in many historic
writings, and on numerous websites. Where there's
smoke, there's fire. Whether the letter exists or not,
the apparent content of this supposed letter points to the
existence of a plan for WW3. Again, whether this plan
is real or imagined, I do find it uncanny that current
events appear to be following the plan spelled out in 'the
letter'. I would be remiss not to include mention of
- For many who are new to this field of study, Pike's
Letter provides the most plausible 'proof' that WW3, and the
outcome thereof, is planned and known by some. It
helps in coming to grips with a conspiracy so vast that it
is at first immediately discounted. In my view, any
'prop' that assists in aiding understanding is perfectly
So, if you're questioning the existence and therefore
accuracy or reliability of the letter, by all means do so.
But in doing so, are you also discounting that WW3 is planned?
I hope not: baby.... bath water...?
Please see my note about this
letter here. There is
also a detailed
discussion about it in the Forum.
The statistics you quote: Why are
they inaccurate/incomplete/missing? Why have you not
mentioned [insert my favorite topic]?
A. Firstly, apologies for not
including your favorite statistic/topic - it is NOT
intentional! Hopefully you can understand that an
undertaking like this is vast, and will never be fully
complete. Please contact me
and (nicely) point out any omissions - I am more than happy to
update the site after checking the sources you provide.
All I ask is that you provide as much detail as possible, with
links where possible to validate the omission.
Secondly, please keep in mind that this is
not meant to be an exhaustive compendium of World War facts.
There are other sites that do a far better job than I can (see
download page for details).
However, hopefully what I've provided here is sufficient for
you to understand HOW and WHY world wars occur.
What are your
sources? / Do you have a bibliography?
A. As far as references are
concerned, I have a small problem. In short, I hated to
annotate, footnote, etc. in college, and it's a habit that has
stayed with me. It's wrong and I'm sorry. I've wished that I
could go back and change it, but I can't.
Consider this: I have used many hundreds
(possibly thousands) of sources for this website, and the
information has been gathered over many years of research. If
I had properly cited and annotated, the site would easily be
double the size it is, making it very cluttered.
So unfortunately, I am not able to give you the source
material. In fact, all I can tell you is that I take my
research very seriously, and you'll notice I don't simply copy
other people's work, although I am often copied. There have
been people that have contacted me about errors, and if I
could verify their contention I have corrected it as soon as
possible. I have also identified some of the urban legends
which have become part of the end-time scenario, which I have
corrected. So, I have tried my best to present as accurate a
picture as I can.
Resources I have found extremely valuable and which you
can quite safely quote as sources, are as follows:
The Unseen Hand - An Introduction to the Conspiratorial
Nature of History by A. Ralph Epperson:
Hitler's War 1939-1942 and Hitler's War 1942-1945
by David Irving (very difficult to find since both books have been
banned in most countries because of the accuracy of his
(revisionist) account. ISBN 0 333 35791 4 and ISBN 0 333 35792 2. You can
read about this author and the book at
Conspiracy Penpal, and I'm sure you could find the books
on eBay or other Internet search engines.
Order direct from UK publisher, or you can
download free. The original 1977
edition has been scanned and converted into 42 chapters in
The Armageddon Script by Peter
Behold a Pale Horse by William
1981 Revisionist Bibliography - A Select
Bibliography of Revisionist Books Dealing With Two World Wars
and Their Aftermaths. Compiled and annotated by Keith
Stimely, of the Institute for Historical Review. ISBN
My Grandfather/Father/Uncle* fought in
one of the wars with the
542nd/51st/12th** Battalion; where do I find information about him and
A. OK, you win - I'm stumped, where DO you
find information on them?
Use Internet search engines (try using
several e.g. google,
Your local library should be able to help with those
old-fashioned things called books. I can't help.
I have to do an assignment for school by
writing an essay about some aspect of either WWI or WWII - can
you do it for me because I'm too lazy to research it properly
and I want to play Quake3/Sega/Playstation2* instead?
A. No. I could wax lyrical about my
reasons not to do so, but I can't be bothered. See my
for resources that may be of help.
I need to do a project on [insert
subject here] - can you send me information about this topic?
A. No - go away! Unfortunately I don't have a huge
repository of World War information ready to send out, and
even if I did, the cost of doing so would make me even more
broke than I already am. Most of my information is
contained in those old fashioned things called books, and I
don't have time or the inclination to transcribe or scan the
text from these books to send to you. If you'd like more
detailed information, see my Download Page.
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