Tuesday, 15 January 2019

WWII: "When millions of men were slaughtering one another to decide what colour the concentration camps of the future were going to be—brown or red."

  
"I was born [in the Soviet Union] at the very height of [World War II] when millions of men were slaughtering one another to decide what colour the concentration camps of the future were going to be—brown or red." 
~ Vladimir Bukovsky, from his memoir To Build a Castle: My Life as a Dissenter 
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[Hat tip Raymond Niles

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