Hate is Mankind’s worst disease

History of Sorts

Hate is mankind’s worst disease and it seems to be incurable.

I am only limiting this to the 1933-1945 era but I could easily have dozens of pages of pictures of all era’s  going up to today.

Nazis singing to encourage a boycott of Jewish shops , 1933


A German woman facing public humiliation because of a romantic affair with a Polish man, 1942


The Kovno Garage Massacre – Lithuanian nationalists clubbing Jewish Lithuanians to death, 1941


Leonard Siffleet about to be beheaded with a sword by a Japanese soldier, 1943


The speech where Adolf Hitler declared war on the USA, 1941


A Jewish woman who is concealing her face sits on a park bench marked “Only for Jews”, Austria, 1938


Nazi General Anton Dostler is tied to a stake before his execution by a firing squad, 1945


Japanese soldiers shooting blindfolded Sikh prisoners before bayonetting them


Facing Death: the…

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retired from teacher in philosophy, i try harder to keep up which is not always easy. I love various sites very interesting at WP and hope to find others. I will sart with two set of notes for preparation of works on memory and on the body. The more interaction, the better

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