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Apr. 11 1945 Four soldiers in the Sixth Armored Division of the US Third Army liberate the Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald


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Sep 9, 2022
At the age of 89, Clarence Brockman of McDonald, Pennsylvania reflects on being among the first American soldiers to walk through the gates of the Buchenwald concentration camp in Weimar, Germany, several days after the Nazis abandoned the camp and many of its prisoners. Mr. Brockman would also return to Buchenwald in commemoration of the 65th anniversary of the camp's liberation. From the WQED archives, this feature story was originally broadcast as part of OnQ Magazine on June 10, 2010. Producer: Iris Samson, Narrator: Michael Bartley


Hitler and  the Nazis were BAD very very BAD that said

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Ep 6 - Red Terror What We Saw

Apr 9, 2024

At the seizure of power, Lenin and his Bolsheviks are met with assassination attempts and resistance that turns into a civil war. The retaliation that the Bolsheviks unleash on the failed resistance and the people of Russia is unspeakably and gruesomely horrific. Witness the internal conflict in early Soviet Russia and the consequential atrocities with Bill Whittle.


Every Sane person know Stalin was BAD. "Lenin wrote the manual, Stalin just Followed it."  Bill Whittle

Warning the phase "Gag A Maggot" applies to parts of this.

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