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


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FYI, they made a movie about it.

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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.


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

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