2015 is the 70th anniversary year of the end of the Second World War. The consequences for the monarchies of the world from this conflict were extensive and far-reaching. As such, 2015 is "World War II Theme Year" here at The Mad Monarchist with articles each month focusing on the monarchies of particular regions throughout the world during World War II. All such articles will be listed on this page, this year, as they are posted.

After the World Came Apart
Britain and the War it Couldn't Win
Australia in World War II

Could World War II in Asia Have Been Avoided?
Monarchist Military Advancement in World War II
Monarchist Military: Attack on the Takao

Did World War II Doom the Italian Monarchy?
Sailor of Monarchy: Kinashi Takakazu
The Truth About the Italian War Record

The Netherlands in World War II
The Monarchy of Luxembourg in World War II
What World War II Did to the Belgian Monarchy
Should the Low Countries Have Fought World War II?

The Untold Truth of Albania
The Betrayal of Yugoslavia
Mystery and Treachery: The Bulgarian Monarchy in World War II
The Greek Monarchy in World War II
Greek Demands for Compensation Today
Japan, Comfort Women and How to Lose an Argument
Romanian Royal Struggles in World War II

The Kaiser and the Fuhrer
Hitler and Royal Bavaria
The House of Hapsburg in World War II
Prussian Princes in World War II
Monarchists in the German Military in World War II

Soldier of Monarchy: General Tadamichi Kuribayashi
Japan and Korea, Wartime Legacy
Japan, China and the Legacy of World War II
Justifying the Japanese War
An Example of Injustice for an Imperial Army

The Day the Bomb Fell
Cambodia in World War II
Thailand in World War II


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  3. In north Africa, at Gazala, the German XV Brigade was in danger of being wiped out by the British when nearby Italian forces, acting without orders, saw their situation and came to the rescue, saving them from imminent defeat. I would love to find out more about this part if you could let me know a index or site that talks about this, I would be great.

  4. Approximately 50 years after the Colección General de Documentos Relativos a las Islas Filipinas was published, Benito Arias Montano suggested that native Peruvians were descendants of the Ophir tribes. He believed that the Yucatan province shared a name with the father of Ophir, Ioktan. Supporters of the Pre-Columbian connections between Eurasia and South America dispute the notion of Peru in favour of Brazil.

    All of these suggestions really stem from personal beliefs of the author(s) in question. There are few hard facts to validate any claim. One of the few facts revealed in the pages of the Bible was that every voyage to find Ophir began in the same place: the Red Sea port of Ezion Gebar. It wasn’t only gold that came to Israel from Ophir. There were accounts and records of peacocks, apes, spices and sandalwood as well.


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