Wednesday, April 29, 2009

For My Fellow WW II History Buffs

Workers near the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp discover a bottle containing a message left by prisoners of the camp.

The bottle was buried in a concrete wall in a school that prisoners had been compelled to reinforce.

The school's buildings, a few hundred metres from the camp, were used as warehouses by the Nazis, who wanted them protected against air raids.

You can read the entire BBC story here.

(h/t: WorldNetDaily)

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