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Facing the Darkness:  Triumph in Auschwitz 

Today (6/24/15) we headed out for Auschwitz I. On the way, Alex Kor shared more about his parents. Since we had heard from Eva, he wanted to share about his dad’s life. 2,911 more words

Travel

Prepositions and Preposterous Rules. Churchill and Carparks.

The sound of the bell was probably the first sound  I was aware of. Sorry, ‘of which I was aware.’ I was born in the square house immediately across the street from Saint Patrick’s Church in Skerries. 1,308 more words

What did you do in the War Dad?

Marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two – well not really. We are « celebrating » the end of the War in Europe. 826 more words

Life

WAR AND DISASTERS

April 26th in history:

On April 26th, 1986, a reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the Soviet Union exploded during a test. Until an earthquake triggered an accident at a Japanese nuclear plant in 2011, the Chernobyl blast generally was considered the worst accident ever at a nuclear power plant. 57 more words

Today In History

What happened to WW2 POW camps?

This is from BBC News.

More than 500,000 Italian and German fighters were brought to Britain as prisoners of war during World War Two. They spent the remainder of the war in commandeered stately homes, old Army barracks or hastily thrown together huddles of huts, often built by the prisoners themselves. 1,234 more words

Hess Brought Hitler's Peace Offer to Britain in 1941

http://whiteresister.com/index.php/archive/738-hess-brought-adolf-hitler-s-peace-offer-to-great-britain-in-1941

It was one of the most perplexing episodes of the Second World War which, more than 70 years on, remains shrouded in mystery.

But a new book claims to have solved the riddle of the flight to Britain in 1941 of Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy. 687 more words

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