Skip to comments.National Archives puts Nazi papers on public view
Posted on 10/06/2010 5:47:15 PM PDT by DFG
The laws signed by Adolf Hitler taking away the citizenship of German Jews before the Holocaust were placed on rare public display Wednesday at the National Archives.
The Nuremberg Laws were turned over to the archives in August by The Huntington, a museum complex near Los Angeles where they were quietly deposited by Gen. George Patton at the end of World War II. The papers will be on display in a separate gallery from the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence through Oct. 18.
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WWII Item may be of interest ping
Is it possible that Nancy or maybe “The 1” had them on display so the opposition can get a peek at whats in store for them?
When reading papers from the National Archives always check to be sure there is no body hair from Sandy Berger. Some of them were stuffed into his underwear to protect Bill Clinton.
Gee, I wonder if they have the Nazi gun control laws Crissy Dodd’s daddy copied for CGA-68?
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