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- 6 Paul Robeson and related articles
- 7 AfD nomination of List of people reported to have lived beyond 130
- 8 New Page Patrol survey
- 9 Don't remove referenced
- 10 Talkback
- 11 Talkback
- 12 socialist utopia
- 13 Re: Holocaust denier attacks on Alfred deGrazia:
- 14 ArbCom elections are now open!
AfD nomination of Dorje Shugden
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AfD nomination of List of people reported to have lived beyond 130
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Don't remove referenced
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InedibleHulk moved my comment and then Itsmejudith left an unsigned comment. I have both reversed the moval and signed the unsignature. If either of you wishes to change this, feel free, but please don't move my comment again; double indenture is the proper method if you wish to add a comment above a prior comment.
Re: Holocaust denier attacks on Alfred deGrazia:
"While studying at NYU, I used my father's office to rest in and avoid the commute back to Princeton. The filing cabinets attracted my attention, though I knew nothing at the time of the "Holocaust deniers" movement that is now a well-known and wide-spread political phenomenon. While going through a drawer picked at random, I read a letter from my father to my mother, and then moved on. A little ways away, I plucked a photograph of WWII vintage from the file. It was of my father standing in front of a pile starved bodies about seven feet high. The bodies were gruesome and stacked like cord wood. I later learned that this photo was taken in the Buchenwald Concentration (KZ) Camp, and that he had been ordered in by General Patton to witness the atrocities. My father also took my brother and myself on a tour of Africa and Europe that literally followed the route the American Army took in 1941 to 1944. At no time in my entire contact with my father then, before or after did he say he was a propagandist. He only said that he was a scout, and his rank was Captain of Intelligence, and this was borne out by what I found out in Sicily, where my grandfather Master Conductor Alfred Joseph diGrazia was from and what I did in imitation of him afterwards. I found in Sicily books kept by his aunt Sister Immaculate diGrazia of Licodia Eubea, a Dominican nun and school teacher, that had been sent him during the war that included a technical work on camping, scouting and living like the Indians of North America. Sister diGrazia still had a can condensed sweetened milk given the Sicilians by American troops during WWII and opened a can for us." — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jagtig (talk • contribs) 09:48, 5 August 2015 (UTC)
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