Beautiful and inspirational. How did they make this?
I did not realize that we had German POW camps here in the US. I've been to a couple of the Japanese camps. Now I've got to put this museum on my list of places to see. What an incredible Nativity scene they created.
Were the figures hand carved? We saw a museum exhibit about the interred Italians during WWII, was this similar?
Especially meaningful considering the history behind them.
I am in the camp of knowing zero about his story before this very minute. Just as eluded to earlier, the strangeness of German POWs commemorating a little Jewish baby is remarkable. With Christmas soon upon us, I find this little known war occurrence heartwarming. Maybe there really is hope for mankind. Johnconnectedtothevinephotography.blogspot.com
There were a lot of German POW camps in the USA. Here is a link to them. I have see Camp Hale in Colorado. The history of the camp is quite interesting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_POW_camps_in_the_United_States
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