Thursday, December 22, 2011

In 1941 A Nazi Christmas Party Makes Me Sick







There are no words really.
Except .....
Thank You TIME Magazine For Keeping This alive Forever.
If we forget the past ,
we are sure to repeat it.


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16 comments:

  1. I had seen these recently passed on by a friend of my husbands. Peace & Goodwill right? You are so right, sickening & never forgetting is what we owe all of those who died during this horrific period of history.

    The photos are our looking glass into that past.

    xo Deb

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  2. So true Renee. We must never forget the atrocities put upon those people.

    xoxo

    I'm home...let's chat!

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  3. If we forget, everyone loses!
    Thank you for posting.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  4. Ahh but are we forgetting? Are we not in extreme danger of doing the same thing to the Muslim race? Here in Australia they are being prevented from building their schools by concerned rate payers, they are forbidden to wear their religious clothing in France, everywhere we look at them askance!Everywhere we are afraid that this one might be a terrorist is this how the young Germans were taught to hate?, Is this not the beginning, are we not teaching our children to hate as their Fathers go to war. We must be very careful now that we are not the ones in the photos in years to come!!!!
    Apart from that rant Renee I agree it is good to remember the past and
    to remind ourselves what hate can do.
    Love you xxx

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  5. This was hell on earth. This must never happen again.

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  6. Well said Renee!
    Happy Yule
    Di
    X

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  7. *** This has ALWAYS been the most chilling, most atrocious event in history to THINK of, let alone see...

    We WENT to Dachau & other concentration camps while living in Germany... to this day, just the THOUGHT of it all makes me weep, and sick to my stomach... I ALWAYS think, amongst so many other things like everyone else, NOT "HOW could this have HAPPENED?"... RATHER, HOW COULD THIS HAVE BEEN A*L*L*O*W*E*D TO HAPPEN????????

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  8. So so so agree with you Renée!!
    I scrolled down these pictures quickly! As you said 'it makes us sick'!

    Renée, I want to thank you for your friendship the past year and I would give you my best wishes for a wonderful Christmas and I wish you a Happy, Healthy and Succesful New Year!
    Hugs,
    Greet

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  9. Oh the irony of it all! Celebrating the birthday of Jesus, a Jewish man, all the while killing them by the thousands!

    How that man manage to brainwash so many people, I'll never know. If only he had used his powers for good...

    Mankind's lowest moment, for sure.

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  10. What is chilling is I met someone and her kids that look just like one of those guys, he could be the grandfather. I just hope it never happens again. Some people, if you give an inch, they TAKE a yard.
    I'll have to watch the kids to see if they pull the wings off birds.
    OOOOOOOh only kidding. I know I am silly..

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  11. De tout, de rien ,

    i agree completely...
    it is a complex and ironic scene.
    they certainly couldn't have known the same G-d as i do!!!

    and to think of what they were really celebrating!!!!

    evil evil evil

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  12. Peace on Earth and Goodwill to all men?

    We will NEVER forget all those that suffered and paid the ultimate sacrifice, at the hands of this evil.

    Thank you for posting this Renee.
    XXX

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  13. dash

    so true
    so true

    merry Christmas to you xxx

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  14. greet
    your friendship has meant so much to me as well.

    i pray we all have a more productive year,
    filled with joy and love.

    xxx

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  15. oh Renee! Chilling, indeed. I agree with De tout, De rien. Celebrating, all the while slaughtering hundreds of thousands of innocents! Heaven help us!!!

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