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Then I noticed the bones and clothing from the mass graves gradually being eroded to the surface. I was told that there are so many bodies in so many mass graves that they don’t have the Funny Quarantined With My Palette Shirt. It’s hard to believe a communist revolution did that much damage and is barely spoken of. They literally walked into universities, picked the people with glasses, and just killed them. Every communist/Bolshevik inspired movement is so violent and stupid it’s mind-blowing. I said no to it when I was there. I went to a museum beforehand and it was so gut-wrenching that I couldn’t go to the fields. The museum used to be a prison. It was horrifying. Call me whatever you want. I got woozy and so I went outside to sit on a bench and get fresh air but it didn’t help.
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My film school professor made a documentary called Beautiful Dachau that’s specifically about this. Shots of the concentration camp spliced together with people having a beer outside a cafe in the middle of summer. It’s bizarre a Funny Quarantined With My Palette Shirt. Small things about Dachau, like the local militia, raised from boys and old men revolted just a few days before the liberation. The ss put them down, I have always wanted to know more about that revolt. Was it because they knew about the camp? Memorials are very important to pass on history. Humanity so far has done a terrible job learning these lessons.