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Monday again, and we hope everyone had a wonderful weekend.  We here in Indiana actually saw the sun for a few hours.  I was beginning to wonder if it still existed. Lets put a cap on April and the 66th anniversary of the liberation of the Flossenburg Concentration Camp with the 90th Infantry Division Picture [...]

Over 30,000 prisoners would die at Flossenburg Concentration Camp before it was liberated in late April 1945, 66 years ago this week.  Each one had a story to tell. Some of the more notable inmates included co-conspirators in the failed plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler, codenamed Valkyrie–Rev. Dr. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, General Hans [...]

This week marks the 66th anniversary of the Liberation of the Flossenburg Concentration Camp, during World War II.  In late April 1945, members of Patton’s Third Army, specifically advance units from the 90th and 97th Infantry Divisions, liberated the facility.  Even these battle-hardened GIs would never forget what they witnessed. The Flossenburg Concentration Camp was [...]

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