tv Key Capitol Hill Hearings CSPAN October 15, 2015 11:48pm-12:00am EDT
revolutionary found it to their advantage to be on the side of the people at the beginning. but once victory was secured they did not hesitate to turn their guns on the people. from our own bitter experience people on the chinese mainland have come to realize. this is a living example which should be studied carefully by all latin america countries
because of a lesson that can be derived from it. >> 100 years ago a great cuban liberator jose marte wrote, among the dreams of man there is one that is most beautiful. to overcome the darkness. perhaps one day cuba will overcome the darkness and truly know freedom and peace. american history tv airs all weekend every weekend on c-span3. in prime time on week nights when congress is in recess. we cover all periods of american history and a wide diversity of topics. at our website
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able to stand, rickets. age 9, mother tortured, father burned alive. age 10, lost her senses when shells swept her dutch village. age 8, mother, father, sister, and brother killed all around him in deliberate shell fire because they refused to leave the shelter of a ravine. himself wounded. age 8, she didn't know her strange new toy was a grenade. ages 10 to 14. age 3, stunted and warped by nutritional deficiencies. pillars of the brave new world separated from parents whose names they don't even remember.
roaming like wolf packs, stealing, begging. education neglected, all normal influence gone. living in filth. and millions more like them from which will emerge new leaders, new leaders who also will bear the burden of keeping the peace together. for hereto as well as in more fortunate nations are makers of tomorr tomorrow. manuel, mad doom cudam curies o new hitlers, mussolinis.
for the axis contrived a legacy, legacy to drive down nature and future into one common ruin, jeopardizing the next generation for the next round. for germany in particular had had long practice at ripping the entire fabric of a nation's life so that a state of enduring weakness could be assured, liberation or not. liberated leadership. the czech village that once filled this entire valley and then was wiped so completely off the face of the earth that not even rubble remained. for all the women were sent to concentration camps of which these are the among the surviving few. where all the men and boys of the village were shot and buried in one common grave.
and all the little children sold for 50 marks apiece to various german families and perhaps lost forever. the effects of which will linger long after men like these captured ss men who helped destroyed him have been tried and condemned. and their big shot counterparts who created in a greater degree a design for destruction that made it an ominous miniature of design to wield all, a design detailed by hitler himself in the last days of the third reicht as he stated in essence -- >> we shall leave an inheritance of ruins, stone haeps, ruts, epidemics, hunger and death, and thereby