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World War Two

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The Last Nazi [1]


In September 1947, Luíz Hildebrando de Horta Barbosa wrote a letter[2] to his countryman, Oswaldo Aranha, who was then serving as the lead delegate for the Brazilian delegation to the newly formed United Nations. Mr. Aranha had previously been Brazil’s Foreign Affairs Minister and a vocal proponent of joining the Allied Powers and taking an […]


The Immortals (June 6th, 1944)


The Immortals There is very little I can add to the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Normandy landings that began the liberation of France and Northern Europe. There are already so many moving tributes and images that my weak words will add little to this great outpouring. Nonetheless, it is appropriate that each […]


“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams


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