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Let me stop here…We are parents of two boys - a preteen and a teenager. They rough house and goof around. They get bored. They aren’t some brainiacs who are oddly interested in European history. They are typical boys. On top of that they are both usually Chandler loud (Chandler is my maiden name and we are not typically known for our meek timid demeanor). So yes, on our travel adventures, there are times when we are in ...
... points of origin and other particulars minutely chronicled. As the war wore on and the German grip on the administrative niceties started to slip, precise calculations become more and more problematic. But since the end of World War II there has been considerable academic effort devoted to census figures prior to Hitler and similar figures after. The other three million died of variously of typhus, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, dysentery and massive numbers ...
... it up as part of Molotov-Ribbentrop plan, the fate of the Poles, and the Jews and others in that territory was a matter of foregone conclusion.
On the Baltic coast is also located the town of Peenemunde, the site of German V-1 and V-2 rocket development and launch sites, which established German dominance in fields of rockets and jet engines, till the end of the war, leading to the inevitable scramble amongst the Allies – Russian, American ...
... are there. And it serves as the ultimate answer to everyone who has tried to wipe our people off the face of the earth.
We shall never forget!
Plaszow Concentration Camp – The concentration camp of Plaszow was originally designed as a work camp; however, like many other Nazi camps, shortages of food existed, prisoners starved or were worked to death, or were summarily shot for no reason. ...
... Going to the right indicated that you were now a worker for the Third Reich and you would be sentence to shocking living conditions, practically starved to death and made to work eleven to twelve hours of back breaking work each day. You also had to live in filthy camp houses that had either straw or wooden bunk beds to sleep in. Each individual bunk bed would house six or seven people and you were not allowed to go to the toilet unless it was a designated toilet break. ...