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    Veronica Roach

    It is also true that no-one really knew what Hitler’s regime was really intending at that time or it would not be realistic to think that anyone would expect to get away with that behavior even if it was thought about or discussed. It was a big surprise to the allies when the nazi internment camps were discovered, so I don’t think the royals can be blamed, except as being elitists which they have always been since that is their own status in life. I think all who belong to the top level invariably believe they are naturally superior, they really can’t help it poor things !

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Daryl Worthington

Daryl has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Royal Holloway University of London. He has always had a strong interest in writing, particularly about history, politics, the environment or culture. Originally from London, he currently lives in Riga, Latvia. Alongside history he has a strong interest in environmental and political issues. He enjoys travelling, slowly learning how to speak Latvian and exploring the country’s distinct culture. His other passion is music. He has worked as a writer on the subject, as well as being a musician himself. Daryl is interested in cultural, social and political history. He is fascinated by the role of cultural objects, whether novels, visual arts, events, music or even a past society’s reading of history, as means to reflect on times and people. His particular period of interest is modern history and he is keenly interested in the relationship between mainstream and counter cultures.

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