Ian Shapira of the Washington Post recently reported the following in his article entitled “From the Desk of the Fuehrer.” “At CIA headquarters in Langley, one of the newest artifacts in the agency’s private museum is a message from a father to his 3-year-old son. The gold-embossed letterhead features a swastika and the name Adolf Hitler. “Dear Dennis,” the seven-sentence letter begins. “The man who might have written on this card once controlled Europe–three short years ago when you were …


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2 comments on “Destiny

  1. Dan Downey on said:

    It is often strange the timing of certain events. Just this week my wife and I sat and watched a movie that we rented it was – The Trials at Nuremberg. Wow what a story that needs to be told to our children and now today… your article. Very fitting for Veterans Day. Thank You. Dan Downey

  2. armywife on said:

    Thanks for sharing. Good timing for Veterans Day, which I celebrated alone while my husband serves on foreign (hostile) soil. Its so important to understand our past in hopes of preventing it from repeating itself in the future.

    Like the infamous Edmund Burke quote, “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing”.

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