9.5. The Shockingly Poorly Known Aftermath of World War II

February 4, 2021

Two days ago, I interviewed Emily Wobker, who teaches a riveting class about WWII and the Holocaust. We touched on the horrific aftermath of WWII. In this mini-episode, I outline the nightmare that followed in many parts of the world, as half of the human race entered into the most nightmarish societies–outside of Nazi Germany–that the world has ever known. These are the true stories that the world needs to know. Sadly, these stories–although of dire importance to everyone–are almost never taught.

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