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Operation Chowhound: As Historically Important as D-Day

Operation Chowhound

by Stephen Dando-Collins Seventy years ago, in February, 1945, 3.5 million Dutch civilians in German-occupied Holland, in cities such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague, were facing starvation after the Nazis had cut food and power, creating Holland’s ‘Hunger Winter’

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6 Things You May Not Have Known About Nazis in America

By Arnie Bernstein In the 1930s and 1940s (and beyond) fascism and Nazi loyalty was as American as a proverbial apple pie. Never mind Hitler and his Third Reich were held in political and moral disdain by the Roosevelt administration. 

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