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Tacitus & Primo Levi

It was nice to realize that two Italian writers who lived almost two thousand years apart appear to share the same tone and outlook on world events. 1,221 more words


Book Review: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Title: The Nightingale

Author: Kristin Hannah

Published: 2015

Pages: 440

Genre: Historical Fiction

Format: Book borrowed from the library

My rating: 5/5

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My Nazi Legacy Trailer | Video | Independent Lens | PBS

On Monday night I watched a video on my local PBS station that was both fascinating and depressing. You know the kind. The images replay through your mind as you drift off to sleep and linger the next morning like a kind of cloudy malaise.   178 more words


V for Vendetta by Alan Moore & David Lloyd

I’ve heard a lot of good things about Alan Moore’s and David Lloyd’s novel, V for Vendetta, especially from fans who loved the story that focused on a post-apocalyptic London in the 1990s. 266 more words

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The name alone conjures images of death and despair. Auschwitz is the most infamous of all the Nazi concentration camps, a place where one and a half million innocent people were brought to be gassed, shot or hanged by an insane regime. 890 more words


The worst way to spend three hours in Krakow

Wanting to get a sense for Krakow’s long and tragic history during my time here, today I wandered into the centre of town and joined a free group walking tour. 691 more words


Swords Hanging on the Walls by Richard Mark Glover

“My father, Franz Josef Schennach, was a gendarme, Hauptmann, in Tirol.  After the Nazi took over, he had to prove that he was Arian. He could not prove this,” Anna Stenson said. 1,028 more words

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