Thursday, August 13, 2009


In the summer, the radioshow Sommar (Swedish for summer) is aired every day. It was a particularly interesting show today. An old German who has lived many years as a journalist in Sweden told us about his experiences from the Second World War, the propaganda and crimes of the Nazis and the crimes of the Soviet troops defeating the Germans on the Eastern front. I knew of some tragedies of the Second World War, such as the Shiba Inu breed was nearly extinct. I suppose many dogs were killed in Germany too. The biggest tragedy, though, must have been the ideas and propaganda that fooled so many people into helping the nazi and the communist leaders with their destructive ideas. I can recommend that radio show, if you have the opportunity to listen to it through pod radio.

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