I watched a WW1 documentary on PBS a few night ago which covered our entry into the war in 1917.
Of interest was the Sedition Act of 1918 signed by POTUS Wilson, yes a Democrat, a law which took aim at German-Americans in this country, some who were mob lynched.
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I visited some of the concentration camps when I was in the Army back in the '80's. As was said, nobody was talking, very very dark mood. There were mounds as long as football fields and two stories tall, where bones of victims were buried in mass graves.
You've gotta be a sick piece of work to deny that it happened, with all of the evidence. Turns my stomach to think of it.
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