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Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank's Perspective of War and Life

It really is strange to read the transition of each stroke of letters or statements, knowing that the writer will surely come to his end. This is what I felt about Anne Frank’s entries. 495 more words



This is an old article from 2012 but is something we must understand…

Political activists would be pacified to sympathize with the government

Paul Joseph Watson… 371 more words

The Vision of the Alt-Right Nazis: Allied Footage of the Nazi Concentration Camps

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

I am going to keep this short today. Bottom line up front I have grown weary of the moral equivalency that I see in the comments of many conservatives, especially conservative Christians, including friends who cannot seem to find the courage to publicly denounce the White Supremacists of the Alt-Right, or as they should be labeled Nazis, because that is what they are. 409 more words

Political Commentary

The Voice of Petr Ginz

Even though I have already posted today, about Resistance, I wanted to go ahead and give voice to one of the victims from Theresienstadt, Petr Ginz. 496 more words


Auschwitz’s Artifacts of Evil

A reader writes that the idea of bringing these artifacts to the people is enlightened.

Published: August 10, 2017 at 05:30AM

Opinion By Unknown Author… 67 more words


Lagerszpracha: The Common Language of Concentration Camps

For prisoners held at concentration camps during World War II, a new language called lagerszpracha arose from necessity. In many camps, there were prisoners of up to forty different nationalities, many of whom spoke different languages. 139 more words

Concentration Camps