From the newspapers…remember what they say about ignoring history?

The Messenger, Madisonville Kentucky, July, 1935, p. 1
The Messenger, Madisonville Kentucky, July 22, 1935, p. 6

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16 Responses to From the newspapers…remember what they say about ignoring history?

  1. peggyjoan42 says:

    An article from the past – history in the making before WWII. Very interesting. I knew Hitler was doing many bad things before WWII started.

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  2. And we think it can’t happen here!

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  3. Betty says:

    I just finished reading “Lilac Girls.” It was difficult to read (especially since I read before bedtime), but I made myself read it. It was an engrossing tale, even more so, as it was based on real people and events. These stories illustrate why it is so very important we study history. Thanks for your post.

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  4. Beth says:

    Scary to read even now. Hitler quietly slipped in.

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  5. Suzassippi says:

    It reminded me again of how apartheid in South Africa slipped in–one law change at a time. There are certain similar instances here as well.

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  6. janebye says:

    It’s frightening how things can change little by little when we are not paying attention.

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