Apr 12, 2015

Days of Remembrance

Norman Cohn, who served in the Intelligence Corps during World War II and was an author of vital work on the Holocaust and tyrannous systems, wrote of the totalitarian phenomenon as “the urge to purify the world through the annihilation of some category of human beings imagined as agents of corruption and incarnations of evil.”

Today, Days of Remembrance commences marking the 70th anniversary of the liberations of Nazi extermination camp systems.

From the Fitchburg Star, Fitchburg, Wisconsin resident, Michael Liethen, is writing a book after discovering the work of his father, Alois ‘Al’ J. Liethen a leader of a US Army military intelligence POW interrogation team.

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