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[this article is largely a translation of the German Wikipedia entry on Gustav Hilger]
Gustav Hilger (born September 11, 1886 in Moscow; † July 27, 1965 in Munich) is best known as an employee of the German embassy in Moscow until the beginning of… more
[This article is largely based on the German Wikipedia entry for Hermann Baun]
Hermann Baun (born December 17, 1897 in Odessa, Russian Empire; † December 17, 1951, Germany) was a German Abwehr officer who coordinated espionage close to the front… more
Alexander [Oleksandr] Maslak (Ukrainian: Олександр Маслак; died September 6, 2017) has been described as the "true architect of the Intermarium" on the Ukrainian side.1 He had been a key figure behind the organization of the Intermarium Support… more
The holocaust denier Ursula Haverbeck (*1928), aka "Nazi granny," has been repeatedly convicted for Nazi revisionism after publicly denying the reality of gas chambers in Nazi extermination camps.1 She is currently serving a 2 1/2 year prison… more
Stepan Putila (born July 27, 1998), is an anti-Lukashenko regime change operative of Belarusian origin, resident in Poland. He is the creator of the Telegram channel Nexta, which in the course of the Belarusian color revolution of 2020 was made the… more
Roman Protasevich is one of the key regime change operatives in the Belarusian color revolution of 2020. His name appeared in the context of a Telegram channel called Nexta that overnight was made the voice of the Belarusian opposition.
Eberhard Taubert (11 May 1907 in Kassel – 2 November 1976 in Cologne) was a lawyer and anti-Semitic Nazi propagandist. He joined the Nazi party in 1931, and quickly became involved in both anti-Communist and anti-Jewish propaganda. From 1933 to 1945… more
Yves Guérin-Sérac, real name Yves Félix Marie Guillou (alias Jean-Robert de Guernadec, alias Ralf) (born December 2, 1926, in Ploubezre) was a French anti-Communist Roman Catholic activist, former officer of the French army and veteran of the… more
Rolf Rienhardt (* 2 July 1903 in Bucha; † 16 March 1975 in Badenweiler) was a German lawyer and important publicist in the Nazi era. As legal advisor to Max Amann, the first business manager of the Nazi Party, Rienhardt was jointly responsible for… more
The Austrian right-wing extremist and Holocaust-denier Gottfried Küssel.
Martin Sellner is the best-known face in the Austrian Identitarian Movement (IM). Already as a teenager Sellner was involved in the Austrian… more
Philip Stein (born 1991 in Fritzlar) is a New Right German publisher and activist affiliated with the Identitarian Movement as well as the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. He is regarded as an "ultra-right-wing fraternity member," "… more
Mario Müller is a prominent face in the German Identitarian movement, and appears as a key organizer of far-right events in Saxony-Anhalt and beyond. Müller is the founder of Kontrakultur Halle, a chapter of the German Identitarian Movement in the… more