question about escape routes

Discussion in 'The Holocaust' started by ethan, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. ethan

    ethan Member

    I'm rereading 'case by case' by ib melchior, in which he refers to catholic priests who sheltered and assisted both escaping jews and (postwar) fleeing nazis. Has anyone come across this claim before?
  2. timothy1

    timothy1 Member

    My old friend / acquaintance here played a role in the war very similar to the Nazi officer from the movie "Inglorious Bastards."
    He had a brother whom we never saw that lived in Toronto, Can. Stefan claims his brother was a priest and they would only call him
    "Brother Joe." - he had a different last name but would not say what it was. Brother Joe passed away around 1990 ? give or take five
    years. Stefan changed his name before entering - I suppose Brother Joe did likewise.
    Was there a nazi military branch that has insignia tattoos on their upper left arm ? Stefan still has a scar there. He also likes to grow
    a mustache every 3 or 4 months, then trims it back to the Hitler look - with a striking resemblance.

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