I think there was a slight confusion between my post and Glenn's.
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, l murray <lmm789@y...>
> Yes, I realize he was only four, but your previous message also
made reference, if I'm not mistaken, to the Nazis' treatment of
homosexuals. Sorry if I misread your comments.
> Keith Armstrong <keitharm@p...> wrote:
> I don't think that Richard Jenne knew about any form of sexuality
> he was only 4 years old when he was murdered.
> --- In email@example.com, l murray
> > Glenn,
> > Please tell me more about Richard Jenne and the treatment of
> homosexuals generally during the WWII. An excellent play called
> emerged from those stories. It played here in Vancouver for quite
> awhile and I think it was made into a film, but I've never seen it.
> Does the Holocaust Museum website in Washington D.C. adequately
> present that aspect of the camps, in your view? I used to visit
> site a lot about 10 yrs ago and look up the political folk songs
> made their way through the camps, often providing important
> messages. Hollywood only reports one uprising at a camp but the
> museum site suggests there more than a few.
> > What are your throughts, Glenn, on the new Michael Moore film,
> which suggests that the Bushers went to war to profit some of their
> old Saudi pals from the days in the Texas oil business? Caused
> a stir at Cannes and will likely claim the coveted prize there.
> > Louise