- John Regnier was an ordinary soldier from Minnesota who found himself at the intersection of the Holocaust. His medical battalion came upon Generals Eisenhower, Bradley and Patton as they were about to tour the first concentration camp liberated by the United States Army. What he saw shocked him and the others who were encouraged by General Eisenhower to take photographs in case a time came when what happened there would be denied. He began speaking out when he heard Holocaust deniers claim it did not happen. He was there. He saw this horrific injustice.
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- Soldier's intersection with the Holocaust
- Regnier, John, 1921- author.
- La Crosse, WI : Viterbo University, D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership, 
- Other Authors/Editors
- Hessel, Susan T., author.
Viterbo University. D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership (Viterbo University)
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