In 1943, hundreds of German women managed to win the freedom of their Jewish husbands

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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2019/04/16/in-1943-hundreds-of-german-wo.html

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FYI, they made a movie about it. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0298131/

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I thought the protocols of the Wannsee Conference (1942) included Jewish husbands of German women for so-called ‘deportation’ (read: extermination).

If it did, then I really can’t see the freeing of aforesaid husbands as being an example of pure mercy granted by the government.

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I’ll have to check that one out. Have you seen it? Good?

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