An attempt by me to run a blog
Hi, John.The Hitler figure, besides being one of the best you've done, is absolutely offensive, but in a good way! :) We need to be constantly reminded of what he did. We must never forget, and we must never allow that to happen again. And as part of a collection of WW Deuce figures, he is a necessary addition. So keep on keeping on. Continue to persevere and all that stuff. Don't let the Putz Coalition get you down.Bob
Hi, At first glance, I found the sight of Hitler offensive, but I suppose that's the way it should be, because of what he did. I don't find it offensive that you made a carving of him. In fact, it's a tribute to your carving that it evokes the reaction that it does. Keep it up. I enjoy your blog. Must update my own soon. Happy New Year to you!Robert
I try to keep my own beliefs to myself however. My father was wounded at Dunkirk and spent three at Fort George to prepare for the final offensive. I and my mother spent these years with him . We lost several of our extended family in that war. I spent 4 yeras at university studying history. I've visted Auswitch and Oranienberg concentration camps. . On this basis I'm no admirer of the Nazis , by political views are at the other end of the political spectrum. So thank fro you feedback. I dislike causing contraversary, inless I do it intentionaly.
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