Holocaust Coins in the death camps

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  1. cplradar

    cplradar Talmud Chuchum


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  3. robinjojo

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    Thank you for the link to the article.

    It is easy, with the passage of time, to forget or block out the dispossession, isolation, persecution, disenfranchisement and systematic mass murder that occurred in Germany in the 1930's and throughout Europe during World War II of primarily Jews, but also Gypsies, many Catholics, Russians, Poles, dissidents, other minorities deemed not "Aryan" and the disabled. This was a backdrop for a mostly indifferent world, including the United States, whose policies of limiting immigration of Jews fleeing the Nazi regime are well documented.

    Now, we live in a world of massive numbers of refugees and countries and regions in the midst of one humanitarian crisis after another. History does indeed repeat itself, or perhaps it should be stated that human behavior and attitudes really don't change, especially among governments.

    Here is my 20 marks, from the Lodz Ghetto, 1943, made of aluminum. This coin was purchased back in the early 1980's from Silver Dollars Reg. of Toronto, Canada.

    KM 4

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  4. cplradar

    cplradar Talmud Chuchum

    In Europe, and even in globally, their is still debate as to the significance, and historical accuracy of the Holocaust and it's role as a core motivation for Nazi theology and as a cause of WWII. It boggles my mind that this is still even debated. And yet, people who actually have lived in Europe at the time still fail to come to grips with the significance of the Holocaust.

    The Nazi's clearly believed and promoted Eugenics, and Arayan race theory. But the antisemitism that fueled Nazism was wholly a separate phenomena and the target to annihilate the Jews unique. There is an avalanche of evidence on this. While other groups of people got swept into the Holocaust, the nature of the genocide was Jewish. The Nazis succeeded at destroying a thousand year old history of Jewish culture in Europe. The denial of these facts by modern Europeans, as it continues to be expressed, is proof that a real reconciliation with the history hasn't yet happened.
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