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De Valera's condolences for Hitler in 1945

The Irish who fought for the allies

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The IRA supported the Nazis

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Ireland in World War 2

Ireland was neutral in World War 2. While Britain fought hard to save Western Europe, Ireland stood by. It is perhaps the most shameful episode in our history as a nation.




58 Northumberland Rd, Dublin, housed the Nazi German embassy in WW2.
The Nazi flag flew here all during the Holocaust. Because we were neutral.
From street view.


  

Ireland was neutral in World War 2

  

The "chickenhawk" argument

  

Churchill's 1945 speech



  
A disgusting editorial in the Meath Chronicle, May 5, 1945, on the deaths of Roosevelt, Mussolini and Hitler, sums up the amoral world of Irish neutrality.




"There is one thing that Germany did, and that was to rout the Jews out of their country. Until we rout the Jews out of this country it does not matter a hair's breadth what orders you make. Where the bees are there is the honey, and where the Jews are there is the money."
- Catholic fundamentalist Oliver J. Flanagan in the Dail, 9 July 1943, as Jewish families are being murdered on an industrial scale across Europe by the Germans.




De Valera's condolences for Hitler in 1945

Both the Taoiseach Eamon de Valera and the President Douglas Hyde offered condolences on the death of Hitler in 1945.

De Valera, a man with no moral compass, called to the Ambassador of Nazi Germany in Dublin, saying: "I certainly was not going to add to his humiliation in the hour of defeat." He threw away all goodwill from the victors of WW2 for years after the war. From a moral point of view it was unforgivable. And from a selfish, self-interest view it was also unforgivable! What an idiot.




Taoiseach Eamon de Valera calls to the German Embassy in Dublin, 2 May 1945, to offer condolences on the death of Adolf Hitler.
Irish Times, May 3, 1945.



President Douglas Hyde also expressed his condolences on the death of Hitler.
Irish Press, May 4, 1945.
Hyde also visited the Nazi ambassador personally.




The true Irish heroes of WW2: The Irish who fought for the allies




A true Irish hero: Paddy Finucane, leading RAF fighter pilot in WW2.
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Ireland's no.1 awkward fact: Ireland is only free because of the British military




Extract from Nazi Germany military atlas and guide to Ireland, 1940 (to help plan an invasion).
"Bergland" is mountains. "Sumpfgebiet" is swamp (bog). "See" is lakes.



The rescue scene in the movie Dunkirk (2017).
Ireland is only free because these men escaped France in June 1940 and Britain was saved.
Does anyone in Ireland care?



Churchill's "We shall fight on the beaches" speech in June 1940 after Dunkirk.
Whatever else he did in a long career, in WW2 Churchill saved Britain and Ireland from extinction.
Ireland needs to recognise this some day.



The strange end of the Battle of Britain, Oct 1940, when the Germans, after crippling losses, basically gave up on the invasion of Britain for the moment. (Though aerial bombing continued into 1941.)
This is the ending scene of the movie Battle of Britain (1969).
Ireland is only free because these men won and saved Britain.
Our democracy would have been snuffed out in a week if they lost.
They saved us too. Most Irish nationalists cannot deal with that. Even today.



British troops wading ashore from landing craft, Sword Beach, D-Day, 6 June 1944.
From National Army Museum.
Ireland is only free because these men won the war.


  

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