ADOLF HITLER, WW II IMPACT EFFECTS PART 2
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Did we learn anything from the journey I portray in part one?
As many of you know I was born in the middle of the war and in my bio title The Immigrant, I portray a few things I remember as a child.
For the next few years, until the war ended, I witnessed many executions right in front of our home. As a consequence, I became accustomed to words like "anger, curfew, blackouts, sirens, and machine guns".
In one segment I wrote about a boy in my age named RADITSAS with the title
(Perhaps the Last Casualty of WW II)
Years later I receive the following letter
Michael Raditsas - Amelia, Va United States Of America
Dear Mr. Goudas, I was reading your biography entitled The Immigrant and I came across a story about Raditsas.
I had heard from my father Demetre Raditsas about his son, my brother.
You mentioned him as young Raditsas.
The young boy you described as being the final casualty of WWII in Kalamaki.
My father could never quite get through the story enough for me to get all of it. Unfortunately, my father passed away in 2006.
I wanted to thank you for sharing that story of my brother. Though we never met, that story touched my children and me. I wish I could find out more information, but I thank you for sharing what you have. Very Respectfully, Michael Demetre Raditsas
Dear Michael Demetre Raditsas: I was utterly surprised to have received your letter and its contents. I recall having participated in the writing of Mr. Goudas' biography, The Immigrant. I particularly recall his vivid and sad description of the story of Young Radistas. At the time, I wondered if anyone would recall this tragedy.
Apparently, The Immigrant is read by many and I am extremely thankful that it arrived in your hands. Regards, Bernadette.
Dear friends now that I am almost 80 and I know more about the WW2, the Kitty Hart and the Jewish holocaust with the life of 6.000,000 Jews, plus another 10.000.000 from all the countries involved.
If I had to rewrite my bio I will add 6 more lives of the children of Joseph Goebbels and his wife. It is very difficult to get into Joseph and Magda mine at the time.
One thing is for sour if the children were alive at the time, the allies will never kill them.
The Deaths Of Joseph Goebbels And His Family
1942 Rommel visits Goebbels children
CC's World AUSTRALIA The sad legacy of war, the death of innocence, very sad.
Asaad Abdullah Very beautiful children's... rest in peace
Timotheus157 Sad ending to a beautiful beginning. Rest in peace precious ones.
Joseph Zanella Lovely family, beautiful kids.
Tony smith Bizarre Rommel went to kiss Gobbels wife's hand but his lips didn't touch the skin!
Nazi Leaders Executed At Nuremberg
Víctor Correa Porcel - First song: Vera Lynn, The time you say goodbye - Second song: Marlene Dietrich, Lili Marleen - Third song: Vera Lynn, Auf Wiedersehn
Jack Bachagalupe Such a wonderful piece, beautifully presented. Thanks!
Júlíus Gylfason these men didn't get a fair trial..Nuremberg was a mock trial.
madi123 R.I.P, You will always be remembered as heroes!
World View They should have hanged Stalin, Roosevelt, and Churchill too. They all were war criminals.
The Hunting end Trial of Adolf Eichmann
Adolf Eichmann - The logistical brains behind Hitler’s Final Solution. He organized the transportation and incarceration of 6 million Jews to the death camps. The Holocaust even made him rich. Eichmann stole the jews’ last possessions and sold them for profit. At the end of the war, when others were being arrested, Adolf Eichmann vanished. He had escaped to Argentina where he thought he was safe, but on his tail was Israel’s ruthless intelligence agency…Mossad.
Frank Ziereis fled with his wife on 3 May 1945. He attempted to hide out in his hunting lodge on the Pyhrn mountain in Upper Austria. He was discovered and arrested on 23 May 1945, by an American army unit. He was shot three times in the stomach while trying to escape and brought to a U.S. military hospital set up at the former Gusen concentration camp where he died shortly after interrogation by a former inmate of Mauthausen,
- Prisoner of war
- Soviet repressions against former prisoners of war
- German war crimes
- War crimes of the Wehrmacht
- Myth of the clean Wehrmacht
- Commissar Order
- Rusthof cemetery
- Severity Order
- Operation Zeppelin (espionage plan)
Soviet POWs standing in Mauthausen
The death of Adolf Hitler DW Documentary
Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his bunker as the Red Army closed in on Berlin on April 30, 1945. But legends about the Nazi dictator's lived on. Was his body ever found? Did he manage to escape?
After Hitler, aides poured gasoline on his body and set it alight in the garden of his chancellery. A few days later, the Soviets discovered the remains. But the body was burned beyond recognition, and they could not be sure it was his. Only after a top-secret investigation could Hitler be positively identified, thanks to the information provided by his dentist.
At the same time, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin publicly stated that his army had been unable to find Hitler’s body. Wild rumors swirled about Hitler's death. Stalin even accused some of the Allies of helping him escape. What were the secrets behind this deception?
What happened to the two German women who helped identify Hitler's body?
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to be continued