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Good Friday Meditation

According to Rick Atkinson in The Guns at Last Light, American soldiers in WWII grew progressively more brutal as the war went on. The violence of war wore them down, and after the D-Day invasion they didn’t always take prisoners. 301 more words

Global Christianity

Ukrainian Jews Stirred by Anti-Semitic Pamphlet in East Region

Ukraine’s Jewish community was rattled today by an anti-Semitic pamphlet distributed in Donetsk, a city in the country’s eastern region where the government has been battling separatists. 215 more words


Tick-Tock! FEMA Camps Here: The Question You Need To Ask Is NOT If They Exist, But What Is Their Purpose….

We have all at some point heard about FEMA Camps either being built or having already been built, but the question you need to ask yourself is not if they exist, but what is their purpose? 118 more words

Bible Prophecy

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne is a gripping story set during World War II, as the Nazis are killing the Jews by the thousands. 305 more words

Books With Movies

'Haunting' art by Jewish children in WW2 concentration camp

BBC News – ‘Haunting’ art by Jewish children in WW2 concentration camp

A collection of sketches by Jewish children who were held at a concentration camp in the former Czechoslovakia during World War Two is going on show at a Lancashire gallery. 20 more words

Main Posts

A Day of Remembrance

Krakow, Poland is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been to. Today steph and I will take a walk through the many parts of the city eating kilebasa, smoked cheese and stuffed cabbage in the old Jewish section of Kazimierz, but yesterday…. 904 more words

Human Rights

The Man Who Saw Hell

A moving article about a member of the SAS, John Randal who entered the Nazi death camp Belsen, http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2601131/The-man-stumbled-HELL-His-place-history-never-revealed-But-just-published-memoir-SAS-officer-recounts-uncovered-horrors-Belsen.html. Randal was one of the first to enter the death camp and, not surprisingly the recollection of what he saw has remained with him for the rest of his life.