In Russia today, “Solzhenitsyn’s Gulag Archipelago is required reading in schools for 11th graders,” notes Russian writer Stanislav Mishin (who could be described as the Russian equivalent of a Pat Buchanan-style nationalist conservative). “All the brutality of the Soviets and the crimes that were committed will be in the minds of our children for generations. Where is any review [in American schools] of the crimes that Wall Street committed when it sponsored and set up those same Communist Marxists or Hitler’s Fascist Marxists? Nowhere. Where is the admission of the massacres that the American army committed in the independent nation of the Confederate States? Nowhere, nor [is there] anything of the terror bombings of German cities or anything else of that nature. You will never hear anything on these from those NYC/DC blabber heads who love their Wall Street and think that genocidaires like Sherman were bully.”
It can be found in mostly censored works of Antony C. Sutton. I recently rediscovered his works. Quite some interesting reading, clarifies a lot of history in some chilling ways. As do some of the writings by a Major Jordan Racey, Air Force.