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Could This Discovery Prove A Connection Between Nazis And Aliens?

Could This Discovery Prove A Connection Between Nazis And Aliens?

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It might sound like the plot of the next terrible Indiana Jones reboot, but recent discoveries in a cave on Mount Bolshoi Tjach in Russia suggest that Nazis might have come into contact with extraterrestrials.Two devilish-looking skulls were recently found near a Nazi briefcase and map from the 1940s. It would be easy to conclude that their proximity could be boiled down to happenstance, except for the fact that the suitcase is emblazoned with the symbol of a known cult of Nazis with an affinity for UFOs. Two years ago, scientist Vladimir Melikov found two of these demonic-looking skulls with a distinctively odd shape. YouTube / LaGranjaHumanaMX Besides the lack of jaws or cranial cavities, they almost look human. Almost. But it wasn't...
This Soldier’s Sketchbook Offers A Heartbreaking Look Into Life On The Battlefield

This Soldier’s Sketchbook Offers A Heartbreaking Look Into Life On The Battlefield

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For civilians, imagining what it's like to go to war is limited to what we see in photographs and what we hear in soldiers' stories. While we can try picture what many of these people dealt with, we'll never really be able to see it through their eyes. However, one man's drawings give us a glimpse into his wartime experiences. Before Victor A. Lundy became a renowned architect, he was a soldier in the U.S. 26th Infantry Division during World War II, and he even became a part of the Allied invasion of Normandy. The then 21-year-old always had a sketchbook on him, in which he drew everyday scenes he encountered. What's really special about the drawings is that they give one individual's unique perspective of life on the battlefield. From training a...
13 Of The Most Screwed-Up Pieces Of Nazi Propaganda

13 Of The Most Screwed-Up Pieces Of Nazi Propaganda

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DCI2_BTF'); }); 7. Here's an advertisement for the League of German Girls, a program used to instill girls with the values of Nazism, which was apparently something to smile about. New Think Tank 8. This disturbing illustration from a children's book depicts a German teacher discussing how a Jewish person's nose looks like a six, otherwise known as the Devil's number. Calvin College / German Propaganda Archive 9. Another illustration from a children's book depicts German children examining a cross. The caption of the illustration reads, "When you see a cross, remember the gruesome murder of the Jews on Golgotha."...