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Today in Jewish History – Shvat 3

Sponsored by Aish.com: In 1933, Adolph Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany. The November 1932 elections saw the Nazis emerge as the largest party in the Reichstag. Leading German politicians and businessmen persuaded President Paul von Hindenburg to appoint Hitler as chancellor, as a way to stabilize the government and economy. Hindenburg reluctantly agreed. Two… Keep Reading

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Hitler May Be Stripped of German Citizenship

Yeah, I had to read the title more than once myself. An excerpt from Der Spiegel: Almost 62 years after his death, Adolf Hitler could lose his German citizenship. A German politician from Braunschweig wants to revoke the Nazi leader’s 1932 naturalization — as a “symbolic step.” Adolf Hitler became a German citizen in 1932.… Keep Reading

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Who was Eddie Chapman?

See-Dubya, who is subbing in for Michele Malkin on her blog while she hunts down Jamil Hussein who might, or might not exist, writes about the Times of London which is suggesting the theory was that since Hitler’s crazy-evil leadership was hampering the German war effort, it was in the Allies’ interest to keep him… Keep Reading

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