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May 11, 2004
Guerrillas, then and now

Several months ago, I wrote about werewolves. Not the hairy kind of creature from legend and lore, but the all-too-real kind of die-hard never-surrender Nazi.

The History Channel program I referred to, "Nazi Guerillas," will repeat tonight (11May) at 6pm and Thursday (13May) at 8pm Eastern (other timezones may vary -- check your local listings.)

Note that the program was originally created and aired before the capture of Saddam Hussein. In an effort to draw parallels between the situation in Iraq and that in postwar Germany, it makes mention of the fact that at that point Hussein had not yet been captured.

Nevertheless, as a history lesson applicable to today's reality, I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Update: Added show time for 13 May.

Posted by Russ at 12:40 PM, May 11, 2004 in Nat'l Security

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