The Journal of HistoryFall 2009TABLE OF CONTENTS

A Letter to Ernst Zundel from Britain:

"I apologise to you and your people for the Dresden holocaust"

Dear Herr Zündel,

This letter will no doubt be opened by the prison authorities who I trust will be decent enough men to pass it on to you.

My father was in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War and made many flights over your country. However, one "raid" that he was fortunately not directly involved with was the one over Dresden on the night of the 13th/14th February, 1945, that had been deliberately planned by Churchill and Roosevelt to murder as many men, women, children, and animals as possible.

When news of this holocaust in Dresden started to emerge in Britain it caused questioning and revulsion amongst the public, and Churchill tried desperately to deflect responsibility away from himself and onto others, such as Arthur Harris.

To some extent, although ultimate blame was not to be shouldered by anyone other than Churchill and Roosevelt (and perhaps Stalin), yet the servicemen of the British Royal Air Force and of the United States Air Force who actually loaded the 700,000+ phosphorus incendiary bombs, those who flew the aircraft, those who navigated to Dresden, those who manned the radio and those who dropped the payload, were guilty complicity. "Only following orders" is not a valid excuse. If those men had spoken out against the barbarity of Churchill and Roosevelt, and refused to do the work of the Devil for them, then there would have been no Dresden holocaust.

Those men not only had the opportunity to speak out and refuse to obey the order to burn fellow human beings to death, but they had a duty and responsibility to do so. All the terror, the horror, the screams, the pain, suffered that night in Dresden would not have occurred but for those men who carried out the unadulterated evil of Churchill and Roosevelt.

We are each responsible for our actions, and those actions can have enormous consequences to people far away, and for generations to come, perhaps for all time.

You are a man who has done nothing except follow your conscience and speak out for your beliefs, and for this you have been imprisoned and denied your liberty by the authorities who presently run Germany. Those authorities were established by those who slaughtered the innocent of Dresden and who had many Germans murdered by way of the Nüremberg show trials, to write themselves into history as honourable men and women, when in fact they were murderers and liars.

Nothing has changed since those dark days of the Second World War, a war blatantly started by the Talmudists. If anything, things are worse. Iran is now being vilified with one false flag after another, just as Germany was in the 1930s, just as Saddam Hussein and Iraq were, to soften the people up for some horrendous onslaught on Iran, Syria, Lebanon and anywhere else that the Talmudist banksters have blackmailed and bribed British, American, Canadian, and Australian politicians for. Just two years ago, Bliar [Blair] ordered the destruction of various WWII documents on Churchill, which no doubt would have shed new light on Churchill's inherent evilness. Despite such subversive acts, the truth will always shine through.

You have a fundamental, God-given right to speak up for what you believe in, and I thank you for what you have done and for what you have been through on my behalf and on behalf of humanity.

I also apologise to you and your people for the Dresden holocaust.

May God give you strength and comfort, and hasten your release, such that you can walk out of that prison with yourhead held high. You have stood up for truth and justice, it is only the wicked that dislike these things.

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Neville Jones




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