The title is a line from a report by Edward R. Murrow, a CBS radio news reporter.He reported largely from Europe during World War II, and was the first reporter on scene following the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp The report was broadcast on Sunday, April 15, 1945, in Studio B-4 of the BBC, only a few days after the liberation.
I could include pictures of what the allied troops encountered in April 1945. Pictures of piles of corpses or emaciated inmates, and there are plenty. But I won’t do that. I have decided to tell the story with some of the excerpts from the report. When you initially read it then probably just like me, you won’t be that shocked,maybe a bit disturbed but not shocked.
This is probably because the horrors written down, don’t trigger a response. However when you read it again and leave the words…
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