Voices in Wartime Education Project: Interrogation without Torture: Lessons from Fort Hunt
Interrogation without Torture: Lessons from Fort Hunt
This week on the Voices Blog:
Torture Breaks Everyone, Including the Torturers: John Davis, a retired Army veteran, writes about Fort Hunt and the recent revelation of how Nazi war prisoners were successfully interrogated without resorting to torture. "We can be proud of our men at Fort Hunt. They never compromised their humanity. The men at Fort Hunt helped reveal secret German weapons programs, strategies and plans. Their Nazi enemies were at least as brutal as those who confront us today. Our men overcame them with intelligence, not bestiality."
Antonieta Villamil and Her Brother Pedro: A 2-minute video where Colombian poet, Villamil, reads her poem about her brother’s death in the civil war.
Voices of Veterans: A Welcome Home Ceremony: Learn more about this upcoming Portland, OR event (November 11) that will bring together veterans and community members in a ceremony of healing and welcoming home.
New Curricula Module: Fort Hunt Case Study: The newest addition to our curricula is up! Learn more about the story of ethical interrogators of World War II
Yours for compassionate action,
Marilyn Turkovich, Executive Director
Andrew Himes, Development Director