Eisenhower foresees Holocaust Deniers (3/6)

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When the Allies invaded mainland Europe towards the end of the Second World War, future President of the USA and Supreme Leader of the Allied forces Dwight Eisenhower and his troops went to inspect the ‘concentration camps’ that had gathered such mysterious infamy during the war. Knowing that he had to fully venture inside so that he might be in a position to give first hand evidence against anyone wanting to somehow deny or twist the camps’ nature, Eisenhower, upon inspection of the camps, was straight on the phone to London and New York begging for them to send over as many journalists and photographers as they could so that such horrors receive as much publicity as they deserved. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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