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Photo exhibit reveals dark history of Japanese internment camps

President Roosevelt called it a day which will live in infamy, and not just for citizens of the United States.

When the Empire of Japan launched a surprise attack at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 407 more words

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Queen of Bridgeport

Sunday, Dec. 3, 1944

Mommy is packing a small bag. We’re going to spend a few days with my grandmother in Brooklyn. I get to see lots and lots of cousins and, of course, everyone makes a fuss over me because I’m (still) the baby of the family –but not for long. 47 more words

Jewish Life In America During WW II

Book of the Week: If This is a Man by Primo Levi

First published in 1947 (although it didn’t make it to an English translation until 1959), If This is a Man is Primo Levi’s brutal account of life in the Auschwitz concentration camps. 503 more words

History

Jerry Mander - Remembering Roddie Edmonds

Remembering Roddie Edmonds

By Scott Johnson at Power Line

Steve Hayward’s book Patriotism Is Not Enough is forthcoming on February 14, 2017. The book is rich in reflections occasioned by a close reading of the intellectual history Steve takes up. 786 more words

Jerry Mander

Lies about World War II and the Lying Liars Who Told Them

If you think that Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Churchill were great statesmen and politicians who rescued England and America from being obliterated by Nazi Germany, think again. 2,668 more words

History

Saul fia | Son of Saul (2015)

The latest recipient of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Son of Saul (also known as Saul fia) is an exceptionally powerful, relentlessly grim & downright disturbing cinema that takes a leaflet out of mankind’s darkest phase and weaves an original, absorbing & deeply affecting story around it, all depicted in a manner that only magnifies the haunting horrors of the Holocaust. 686 more words

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