Thirty years ago this week, God brought down the Berlin Wall. Few expected he would, or at least not so…
Mark TooleyNovember 8, 2019
German theologian and anti-Nazi martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer is justifiably celebrated for his brilliance and devotion unto death. But there is…
Mark TooleyMarch 16, 2018
Churchill’s painting of Athens conveyed his hopes to Chancellor Adenauer that democracy could arise from the ruins of defeated and war-ravaged Germany.
Mark TooleyOctober 13, 2017
On September 24, Angela Merkel won a fourth term as chancellor of Germany. Here is what you should know about the most powerful woman in the world.
Joe CarterOctober 3, 2017
When President George W. Bush declared his “War on Terror,” the face of the enemy was a grainy two-inch picture…
Joshua CayetanoAugust 10, 2017
Helmut Kohl will be forever recalled as Germany’s longest serving chancellor since Bismarck, as Reagan’s stalwart ally during the Cold War, and as the unifier of a divided Germany.
Mark TooleyJune 21, 2017
There are several famous sardonic quotes about Germany’s role in the world. One is Churchill’s 1943 remark after Germany surrendered in North Africa: “The Hun is always either at your throat or your feet.”
Mark TooleyJune 8, 2017
Americans who, as they watch their giant screen televisions or drive their SUVs to the Outback for dinner, complain about…
Mark TooleyAugust 18, 2016
June 22 marked the 75th anniversary of the Nazi German invasion of the Soviet Union, code named Operation Barbarossa, which was the most murderous conflict in human history.
Mark TooleyJune 28, 2016
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