I just got done with the series Band of Brothers. For those not familiar with the series, it follows Easy Company from training to the end of World War II. It is a very true life account and has multiple interviews with the still surviving (and a few who have since passed) vets that went through the horrors of war. D-Day, Market Place, Battle of the Bulge, and on and on and on. They had the highest casualty rate of any company. They also had the toughest of any company. The toughest men and the toughest situation in the war.
As they were fighting, they knew nothing about what they were fighting for in Europe. They knew they were at war with Japan yet they were in Europe. They knew they were fighting the Germans and Germans were bad. (It says so in the newspaper.)
In Episode 9 (there were 10 episodes) they find a concentration camp. The translator (and after having been in Europe for several years and never seeing home you get pretty good at German) finds out that this concentration and the prisoners there are not criminals. They are Jewish.
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