The Andrew Carrington Hitchcock Show (937) Paul English – G. Ward Price – I Know These Dictators – Part 4

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In today’s show originally broadcast on February 26 2019, EuroFolkRadio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock co-hosts, “G. Ward Price – I Know These Dictators – Part 4,” with EuroFolkRadio’s Paul English.

We discussed: Paul and Andy’s thoughts on Peter Jackson’s World War 1 film, “They Shall Not Grow Old,” that Paul watched some weeks ago, and Andy finally watched a couple of days ago; Adolf Hitler’s desire to form an Anglo-German alliance back in 1935; former British Prime Minister David Lloyd George’s statement, “The Dictators act, while the Democratic leaders fumble,” and what he meant by this; how the mainstream media did not hesitate to denounce Fascism in the 1930’s, whilst at the same time were strangely silent on Communism; Benito Mussolini’s journey to power in Italy back in 1922; why Mussolini closed down Freemasonry and the Mafia in the 1920’s; what Mussolini achieved in Italy during the 15 years from 1922 to when G. Ward Price’s, “I Know These Dictators,” book was published in 1937; what the world can learn from Fascism and National Socialism; how G. Ward Price was clearly forced to recant what he stated in relation to Adolf Hitler 20 years after, “I Know These Dictators,” was published in 1957; and many other topics.

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