Hellstorm Audio

I am extremely proud to announce that an audio book is now available for HellstormThe Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947. Since the paperback was first published in 2012, people have constantly asked if an audio book would soon be available. Unfortunately, although I wanted very much to say “Yes!” my answer was always “no.” That has now changed. And thus, quietly, privately, at home, on your computer, this book can now be heard without interruption in its entirety, as it was intended. read more

Hellstorm Audio Book

I am extremely proud to announce that an audio book is now available for HellstormThe Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947. Since the paperback was first published in 2012, people have constantly asked if an audio book would soon be available. Unfortunately, although I wanted very much to say “Yes!” my answer was always “no.” That has now changed. And thus, quietly, privately, at home, on your computer, this book can now be heard without interruption in its entirety, as it was intended. read more

Hellstorm Audio Book

I am extremely proud to announce that an audio book is now available for HellstormThe Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947. Since the paperback was first published in 2012, people have constantly asked if an audio book would soon be available. Unfortunately, although I wanted very much to say “Yes!” my answer was always “no.” That has now changed. And thus, at home, on your computer, this book can now be heard without interruption in its entirety, as it was intended.

The simple fact is, it does take work to read. Some of us lack either the time or visual ability to wade through a 400 page book. But while many for a variety of reasons are incapable of actually reading a book, virtually all of us can listen to a book. And this audio book will certainly be an experience worth listening to. In the rich, full and compelling voice of the narrator, Paul English, what Germany and her people passed through during and after World War II is an epic, unforgettable story guaranteed to have a profound impact on all who hear. read more

Hellstorm . . . Now in German!

Millions murdered . . . Millions raped . . . Millions tortured . . . Millions enslaved . . . Millions of men, women and children cast to the winds. . . . No matter what you have read about the Second World War, no matter what you have been told about it, no matter what you believe happened during the so-called “Good War” . . . forget it! 

Now, for the first time in over 70 years, learn what the war and “peace” looked like to the losers. Learn what was done to Germany and her people in the name of freedom, democracy, liberation, and other such high-sounding, but hollow, phrases. In their own words, in graphic detail, this is their story… read more

Hellstorm – Now in German!

Millions murdered . . . Millions raped . . . Millions tortured . . . Millions enslaved . . . Millions of men, women and children cast to the winds. . . . No matter what you have read about the Second World War, no matter what you have been told about it, no matter what you believe happened during the so-called “Good War” . . . forget it! 

Now, for the first time in over 70 years, learn what the war and “peace” looked like from the loser’s perspective. Learn what was done to Germany and her people in the name of “freedom, democracy and liberation.”  In their own words, in graphic detail, this is their story. . . . read more

“Freedom Ain’t Free!”  

We’ve all heard the above phrase numerous times in our life.  Although it has been abused lately, and greatly, by those with sinister agendas in the Middle-East trying to convince we Americans that somehow our nonstop wars fought for Israel are somehow wars fought for our own freedoms, even a reasonably intelligent garden slug can see through that nonsense.  But while our freedoms are nowhere at risk abroad they are definitely being murdered here at home.  In the current and increasingly Marxist US, freedom definitely ain’t free.  Every day, every hour, the Jewish / Leftist attacks on our freedoms are evident, whether it is the ceaseless assaults on our right to keep and bear arms, whether it is the open Antifa attacks in the streets, whether it is the cyber censoring of our right to hear and read free speech in our homes, or whether it is the clear and unmistakable war on our very existence as white men and women at the hands of Hollywood, the media, academia, and the very US Government we pay taxes to, the domestic hate fest against our freedoms is in full swing.  And we all know this. read more

Venting

I received a short time ago an email written by a gentleman who was irate (to put it mildly) that I would use and perpetuate the word “Nazi”, in this case in the subtitle of my book, Hellstorm.  In his angry opinion, I was little better than an agent of the Jewish enemy.  Not much, but I do get a little of that, by and by.  I am accustomed to it.  When I used to speak in the South about America’s civil war, 1861-1865, I ocassionaly was corrected by those who impatiently  insisted it was not a “civil war” but rather it was The War of Northern Aggression, The War for Southern Independence, etc.  That said, here is my response to the email mentioned:
Dear —-  

A word is what you make of it.  I grew up with the word “Nazi”, as I did the words “Civil War” and to this very day all those words remain neutrals–neither good or bad words, just quick and easy words that enable me to cut to the chase.  Nazi is two syllables and easier to use than National Socialist Democratic Workers Party, which is 14 syllables (the same goes for “civil war” as opposed to The War of Northern Aggression”–3 sylabells versus 8).  Nazi is a zippy little word instantly recognized by everyone on earth as World War II Germany and Germans. The word says what I want to say, and quickly.  If you have a problem with the word, and since the word is not going away, I suggest you avoid the word.  Better yet, I hope you come to terms with the word, work on it, then accept it and use it at every opportunity in a positive way.  Instead of spending time and energy denying or defending against the word, as our enemy hopes you will do, embrace the word.  Be proud of it and the great accomplishments that came with it.  Turn what was intended as a negative, as you believe, into a positive.  And by the way, I do not care a fig as to who supposedly “invented” the word or what their motives were.  FYI, I have found numerous usage of the word during the war, written or uttered by Germans.  Apparently, unlike yourself, these people had no problem whatsoever using the word or calling themselves, their neighbors or their leaders, Nazis. read more

One For the Road

After nearly a year abroad I am back straddling the States. How long I will remain here I cannot say–maybe a month, maybe a year, maybe the rest of my life. And this works for me. Three score and ten have taught me that if one views their future with flexibility fate will always be fair. Such is my NorthStar in life.

Upon completion of my last book, Summer, 1945–Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate, of which many of you had a great and generous hand in creating, I had no plans to continue writing. My original post-author ambition was to get involved in communications and film-making with several friends. All that is still in my future, I think, I hope. But now comes that flexibility aspect of my life.

Late this Spring I was contacted by several Euro comrades whose opinions I value greatly. These men and women asked me to consider writing just one more book. My friends reasoned that Hellstorm and Summer, 1945, were books that have had a profound influence on all who read them and will continue to do so for years to come. These folks also noted that the two books cited were the legitimate lead-ups to this one final book they had in mind. Unlike the previous works which were devoted to an honest, accurate retelling of our past history during World War Two, this last book should be a look at our present and future history, in this case the murderous non-stop wars the US Government is currently engaged in that benefits Israel and only Israel. read more

Summer, 1945–Book Review

Summer, 1945—Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate

A book review by Thor Magnusson

Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we think. Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we act. Sometimes a book comes along that changes the way we think and the way we act. Such a book was Hellstorm–The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947. That masterpiece by Thomas Goodrich changed forever not only how we would view World War Two, but it changed how we would view the world itself. For the first time since it happened, because of one bold and breath-taking book, the scales fell from our eyes and we were finally able to see free and unfettered what the abomination called World War Two was really all about. Swept forever into a dark, dirty corner was the filth and disease of seventy years of Jewish propaganda, seventy years of Jewish lies about the so-called “Good War” and the so-called “Greatest Generation,” seventy years of Jewish mendacity about who was bad and who was good. Suddenly, overnight, replacing those lies was an honest, impartial, unbiased, but driving, relentless, and utterly merciless account of the fate that befell Germany in 1945. read more

Summer, 1945 . . . NOW AVAILABLE!

I would like to announce the release of my latest, and probably my last, book,  Summer, 1945–Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate.  As some of you already know, Summer, 1945  is the follow-up to my previous book, Hellstorm–The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947.  This new book (right ) is the culmination of over three years of research and writing.  It is also a project that had to overcome hurricanes, divorces and several major moves and setbacks in my life.  With all that said I am pleased to announce that those who have read the initial draft of Summer, 1945, believe the book’s impact equals that of Hellstorm; I am even more pleased to state that some who have read the rough draft feel the book’s impact greatly surpasses that of Hellstorm.  An author is, of course, the last person on earth to determine whether his book is greater or less than his last; that little detail is left up entirely to you, the reader. read more

Coming Next Week!

Look for the long-awaited book—Summer, 1945—on sale next week, here and elsewhere.   This book is history as it should and shall be written, now and forever—faithfully, honestly, accurately, and with total disregard for the chains of political correctness.  Just as strength breeds courage, so too does truth breed honesty.  Just as Hellstorm continues to encourage truth around the globe, so too will Summer, 1945.  Those of you who, by your wonderful, selfless donations, asked for special signed copies of the book, you will get your copies in ten or so days after publication.  I know that may seem like a long time but that is the reality of international postal service.  Please be patient.  Thanks, Tom. read more

Summer, 1945 Update

Greetings to my donors, friends and well-wishers. Once again I must apologize for my neglect of this website. Much of that neglect has had to do with personal and unavoidable issues in my life—some good, some bad, some simply neutral. Most of the neglect, however, has had to do with working day-in, day-out on my next book, Summer, 1945—Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate. I am happy to announce that the days, weeks, months, and years of effort are paying off and the book is quickly nearing completion. My hope, my goal, is to see the book published and available no later than March 1. Given the current circumstances, that date may be a bit optimistic but I think I can safely guarantee that the book will be out no later than April, 2018. read more

Last Call

Friends, one final time I will ask those of you who can help me finish the follow-up book to Hellstorm to please do so.  I hope to see this book published somewhere around January/February, 2018. The working title for this new book is Summer, 1945: Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate.  I don’t think I need to add—especially for those of you who have read Hellstormthat this book will be a ground-breaking, gut-wrenching account. Much of the material in Summer, 1945 will be new to even the more serious students of the period.  Given the terrible crimes committed against both nations during that fateful last summer of war for Japan, and that fateful first summer of “peace” for Germany, I firmly believe that this book will have an even greater impact on the world than Hellstorm had. And that is saying much.

Many of the comments I received from those who had finished Hellstorm mentioned that the book not only changed the way they viewed WWII, but it changed the way they viewed the world; that the book was “life-altering”; that there was the reader before the book, and there was now the reader after the book. This, I predict, will be the same reaction of those who read Summer, 1945. As before, the book will be graphic, to the point, and will pull absolutely no punches.  For the first time in over 70 years, most of these dark secrets, long-hidden from the world, will finally be available.  What was done to Germany and Japan by the Allied forces during and after the war were crimes so vast and enormous that one is quite literally staggered by the shameless evil. read more

Last Call

Friends, one final time I will ask those of you who can help me finish the follow-up book to Hellstorm to please do so.  I hope to see this book published somewhere around January, 2018. The working title for this new book is Summer, 1945: Germany, Japan and the Harvest of Hate.  I don’t think I need to add—especially for those of you who have read Hellstormthat this book will be a ground-breaking, gut-wrenching account. Much of the material in Summer, 1945 will be new to even the more serious students of the period.  Given the terrible crimes committed against both nations during that fateful last summer of war for Japan, and that fateful first summer of “peace” for Germany, I firmly believe that this book will have an even greater impact on the world than Hellstorm had. And that is saying much.

Many of the comments I received from those who had finished Hellstorm mentioned that the book not only changed the way they viewed WWII, but it changed the way they viewed the world; that the book was “life-altering”; that there was the reader before the book, and there was now the reader after the book. This, I predict, will be the same reaction of those who read Summer, 1945. As before, the book will be graphic, to the point, and will pull absolutely no punches.  For the first time in over 70 years, most of these dark secrets, long-hidden from the world, will finally be available.  What was done to Germany and Japan by the Allied forces during and after the war were crimes so vast and enormous that one is quite literally staggered by the shameless evil. read more