April 07, 2021

Eyewitnesses to That Which Some Would Deny

An interesting correspondence from General Eisenhower after seeing a concentration camp. He was very keen on getting non-military documentation of the atrocities as he knew that there would be an effort to deny or minimize it, and an understandable tendency to not fully comprehend the horror of what had happened. 

A similar notion is found in the text of a telegram from Marshall (original here). 

Update: The video of Eisenhower, Bradley, and Patton  inspecting a concentration camp is actually blocked by YouTube for some TOS violation. This is why we have Bitchute

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