Dietrich's publisher Peter Moon recently appeared as a guest with Penny Bradley "Global Enlightenment Radio Network Channel 2"
Moon is as rude as Dietrich during this interview. He stutters his way through the interview, getting dates wrong, (Battle of LA: "1945") It should be obvious to anyone who fact-checks this pathetic load of bullshit, let alone a credentialed historian, that Moon does not care about the truth.
He did not investigate Dietrich's deceptively false revisions of history. Had he done so, he would know the book they have created is not worth the paper it is printed on. He is willingly complicit in the lies and deception.
Moon openly lies to Bradley when he states the book is a work of non-fiction. The Copyright is presented as follows:Copyright © 2021 Douglas Dietrich and Peter Moon All rights reserved- Published April 15, 2021
"The characters and events portrayed in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author."
- Clearly classifying the content of the book as FICTION!
Moon (aka Vincent Barbarick) highlights one of the most easily disproven of Dietrich's claims:
At any rate, the outbreak was studied again 40 years later and it was discovered that it likely resulted from a shortage of, and sharing of needles by US troops.
The extent of the postvaccinal epidemic
"The total number of infectious hepatitis cases reported during 1942 is provisionally set at 49,233 for the total U.S. Army (chart 3). Of these, 33,569 were reported from the continental United States, and 15,664 from overseas theaters. Although the vast majority of these cases were probably due to the vaccine-born infection, it is impossible actually to determine how many were postvaccinal. However, the type of epidemic curve in 1942 certainly suggests that the great majority of these cases followed the use of the yellow fever vaccine. "
CHART 3.-Reported weekly admissions for jaundice (essentially serum hepatitis) in the total U.S. Army, 1 January to 31 December 1942
TABLE 45.-Admissions for and deaths due to infectious hepatitis and serum hepatitis in the U.S. Army, by theater or area, 1942 shows:
Total Army (Continental USA): 33,569
Total Army: 49,233
"In 1942 during World War II there was an outbreak of hepatitis among the soldiers within the first 4 months of pearl harbor due to the sharing of yellow fever vaccine needles. Although the vaccine for yellow fever was discovered another problem had arisen from the sharing of the needles. While soldiers were supplied with an abundance of ‘17D’ there was a shortage of needles which resulted in needles being used by multiple people. The exchange of blood caused most of the soldiers to contract hepatitis but in their situation, it was better than getting yellow fever."
("Vaccine Timeline." History of Vaccines. N.p., n.p. Web. 9 Mar. 2014. http://www.historyofvaccines.org/content/timelines/hepatitis).