posted on Oct, 31 2014 @ 02:26 AM
Lately I have made it a hobby to find rare and out of print reference or historical books from more than 60 years old just to see how the vocabulary
and vernacular has changed over time. Certain words that you had no idea were even used in the context they had been in the past that may even seem
For Instance this book I purchased at an estate sale in 2013 is titled COLLIERS PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF WORLD WAR II
the 1946 edition.
There is a picture of Russian and American soldiers meeting and a friendly confrontation on a wrecked bridge in Torgau, Germany for some
. I do not remember reading this in my history books in school, and not certain if they
teach it now. I do think its a good event to remember that the regular joes of both civiliations seemed content to get along with each other.
I do not see any mention of death camps or holocaust mentioned in the book, which is only somewhat curious to me, but I don't read too much into
And today my co-worker showed me a book from the late 1800's in soft cover that he found at a thrift shop talking about certain rituals rites of the
ancient Mayan and other indigenous cultures to that area. He tells me there is specific mention of the skull and bones society in this very old book,
which I cannot wait to read that one. It would be the earliest reference I know of to mention the skull and bones.
So I just wonder if anyone else out there collects old out of print books with interesting connection to the past that could inspire theories of
conspiracy and what they may be.