Saturday, December 26, 2009

NEVER FORGET: Christmas in a German Labor Camp during WWII

My friends over at Lighthouse Trails Research have published a powerful article that reminds all of us about the great battles that our Jewish and Christian friends faced at the hands of Hitler's evil in Europe. The article includes an excerpt from Holocaust Survivor Anita Dittman's book "Christmas in a German Labor Camp during WWII." This Christmas season, let us never forget the high price that was paid by so many during World War II for the liberty we now are continuing to wage a desperate war to save.

The following video is from the youth singers of Golgota Gospel Korus singing "Joyful Joyful." Singing in the center of Hungary, these brave Christian kids are now declaring the Gospel where Hitler, and then the Communists, sought to exterminate our Jewish brothers and sisters during their murderous rampages in Budapest.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Let's also remember that the camps were full of gay men persecuted by the nazis and forced to wear the pink triangle. While difficult to precisely estimate, in the period from 1933 to 1944, between 50,000 and 63,000 gay men were sent to the camps.