Tuesday, June 19, 2018

More Forgotten History of World War II (gun control)

In 2013, Independent Institute Senior Fellow, legal scholar and historian Stephen P. Halbrook, who has won three cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, caused a major stir with the publication of Gun Control in the Third Reich, the first book to focus on how the Nazi government used gun-ownership records to disarm domestic political foes and “enemies of the state.” Halbrook now deploys his investigative and storytelling talents to reveal another forgotten chapter of World War II history in his latest book, Gun Control in Nazi-Occupied France: Tyranny and Resistance. READ MORE

Gun Control in Nazi-Occupied France: Tyranny and Resistance by Stephen P. Halbrook

Audio: Stephen Halbrook discusses Gun Control in Nazi-Occupied France on Breitbart.com Podcast (5/17/18)

Video: Stephen P. Halbrook Testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee (12/6/17)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How many think the left will tune into the video about gun control in Hitler's Germany? I think none will because they want the advantage which Hitler had because of gun registration. Maybe not tomorrow but at some time in the future we will see a push to use the current registration of guns to our disadvantage. We almost reached that point with Obama, but he didn't either have the guts or time to institute it. It won't come from the federal government, but it will come city by city and state by state with the federal government being used to enforce the state mandate. If we sleep while the anti-gun nuts are elected then it is only our fault when the come for our guns.