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Lt Colonel Fighting Jack Churchill, aka Mad Jack, fought throughout WW2 with a longbow and a broadsword (you can see him in front with said sword on the right while everyone else had guns), known to bring bagpipes, he volunteered for the Commandos, not because he knew what they did but “because it sounds dangerous”, and he crawled out of a concentration camp About the end of WW2, he commented “If it wasn’t for those damn Yanks, we could have kept the war going another 10 years.”

Brave: Lieutenant Colonel John 'Mad Jack' Churchill believed 'any officer who goes into action without his sword is improperly armed'

Tattoos from Nazi concentration camps.

Short Sword /Sheath 6th century BC

Jack & Ina Polak sparked a love affair while in the same concentration camp, exchanging love letters over the course of being held captive. They married after being liberated, and have stayed together over 60 years.

Blackfoot Warrior with Sword by glenbowmuseum, via Flickr

German residents are forced to bring the dead of nearby concentration camp Wöbbelin to a graveyard after its liberation. Ludwigslust, May, 1945.

Poster of Nazis burning books, with quotation by Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Books cannot be killed by fire. People die, but books never die. No man and no force can put thought in a concentration camp forever. No man and no force can take from the world the books that embody man's eternal fight against tyranny. In this war, we know, books are weapons." Poster produced in 1942 by the United States Office of War Information (OWI) for distribution to libraries and book store

German concentration camp chart of prisoner markings // I remember seeing an original in Berlin. Organized and crazy.

Tudor sword of Henry VIII @ Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1500-1600, rock crystal and gilt silver. Said to be given to him by the Pope.