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GUEST,Another guest Walkaboutsverse (989* d) RE: Walkaboutsverse 13 Jul 06


Concentration camps were used as internment camps to protect against guerrilla warfare, by the British + Spanish & Americans. When people died there, it was due to illness or starvation through bad management, not by intent, just like the soldiers at the time. Some even got a wage for being there.

Concentration camps for the Germans were specifically designed as death camps. There is a fundamental difference, not just in the numbers that died. I hope you're not a "holocaust doubter" too..

Hitler admired the Victorians? I'm sure a lot of people did! The term refers to an era you know... 1837 to 1901. My personal favorite is Isambard Kingdom Brunel... Was he Hitler's favorite too? Or did he just like Otto von Bismarck?

That's just great you know about the broken families in the world. All those kids need foster parents, an there are plenty of loving same-sex couples ready to help out like mine. Thank God there's hope for the children now! Like there's hope that you can use FrontPage. Even chimps can play pacman... lol!

I'm off to write a poem, so I can be just as 'qualified' as you are! :-) Perhaps I'll write one about UN corruption leading to global collapse............




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