Seventy-five years ago, on 6 March 1945, the Third Reich launched what was to be its final great offensive of World War II, called Operation Spring Awakening (Unternehmen Frühlingserwachen).
It is often thought that the Third Reich's final major offensive of the Second World War comprised the Battle of the Bulge, which was launched in mid-December 1944 against the western Allies through Belgium, France and Luxembourg, with much of the
Constantly described as a “prophet of decline,” Oswald Spengler deserves to be read today before all as the author of a deeply original philosophy of history, which perhaps doesn't permit us to automatically predict the future (how would that be p
As I witnessed myself during my sojourn in London in the decade following 9/11, Freudianism had arrived in England only with a delay of almost a century, thanks to the unwritten laws of Common sense going back to Runny Mead.
Let‘s make no mistakes: the end of posturing is near, or in other words, Protestant politics „as if“ have run afoul of Western leadership, calling for a positive turn with populism.
After incredibly long negotiations, mutual accusations, and the publication of anti-ratings, the three potential partners of a ruling coalition for Germany have finally come to an agreement, as was reported by the press agency DPA. The conservative CDU-CSU bloc and the SPD have agreed on a 28-page document, which is to become the foundation for a new coalition agreement. The social democrats approved the paper the last.
The irritating fact about modernity is that romanticism with its medieval nostalgia won’t die. The West for all its cyber intelligence and digital empowerment seems incapable to let the medieval world go.