November 9, 1938 – “Kristallnacht”, 100 Jews killed, 30,000 sent to concentration camps, 7000 Jewish owned shops and 1668 synagogues were
pillaged and destroyed. The United States doesn’t outlaw business transactions with Nazi Germany until December 13th, 1941, and only after it had
been made public that US companies were profiting from business relationships with Nazi Germany.
June 4, 1939 – Roosevelt refuses to provide political asylum to Jewish passengers aboard the MS St. Luis.
1939 - JBM Hertzog, future leader of the National Party in South Africa is deposed from his status as Prime Minister of South Africa for advocating
neutrality towards Nazi Germany.
1940 - Witold Pilecki, a soldier of the Second Polish Republic and the only known person to volunteer to be imprisoned at Auschwitz concentration
camp; as early as 1940 notified the Western Allies of the Nazi atrocities as Auschwitz.
1940 – Joe Kennedy Sr. (father to JFK and RFK), United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom during the start of World Oil War II, seeks a
personal meeting with Adolf Hitler, in his words, “to bring about a better understanding between the United States and Germany.”
October 20, 1942 – Under the Trading with the Enemy Act, the United States government seizes Prescott Bush’s (Father of George Bush Sr.) assets
from business dealings profiting along side Nazi investors and banks from the Jewish slave labor.
February 4, 1945 – Yalta Conference; meeting between President Roosevelt (USA), Winston Churchill (GB), and Joseph Stalin (USSR), to discuss the
division of post WWII Europe and control of the free world.
February 13, 1945 – President Roosevelt receives King Farouk I of Egypt and Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia aboard the USS Quincy.
February 14, 1945 – President Roosevelt receives King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia aboard the USS Quincy.
May 8, 1945 – Nazi Germany surrenders.
May 14, 1948 – British Mandate for Palestine set to expire May 15, 1948, Israel proclaims her independence.
May 15, 1948 - 1949 – 1948 Arab-Israeli War; Israel is attacked by Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq.
May 26, 1948 – National Party in South Africa under the leadership of Nazi sympathizer, JBM Hertzog is “re-elected” into power and imposes South
African Apartheid (the Third Reich Southern Division), one of the most brutal governments of the 20th century.
May 11, 1949 – Israel joins the United Nations, and is the only nation out of 185 members that is not allowed to request a seat on the United
Nations Security Council.
June 1967 – Egypt, Syria, and Jordan begin massing troops along their respective borders with Israel in preparation for attack. The US Ambassador to
the United Nations publicly tells the United Nations and the world that they have no ships within 350 miles of Israel and would not get involved a
potential conflict. On June 8, 1967, two days following the start of what would later be known as the 6-day War, Israeli fighter planes and torpedo
ships attack the USS Liberty, a United States spy ship located just off the coast of Egypt in international waters. A United States spy ship that did
not publicly exist there, sent to spy on an “ally”.
1967-1970 – United States Navy builds swastika shaped building on Coronado Island, California; headquarters of the US Navy Seals.