In Recognition of Veterans Day Retired USAF Officer Thanks MRFF Again for Getting Nazi Headstones Removed from Veterans Cemetery

Published On: November 11, 2021|Categories: Featured News, News|12 Comments|

“If all the voices who suffered under this evil empire could sing your praises, their voices would be endless. On behalf of those silent voices – THANK YOU Mikey and to the rest of the MRFF.” — Retired Air Force Colonel and MRFF client

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  1. Greg Klugiewicz November 12, 2021 at 7:20 am

    Poorly written story. Difficult to understand. Example: “Headstones removed”… ( were there German soldier sburied under the headstones? … if so… what became of them? )

  2. WWII vet daughter November 12, 2021 at 7:29 am

    Leave the die alone. Stop erase history. No all America are buried on US soil. Are you replace the headstone, are you sending there remain home.? You want money for what? Explain what you are doing.

  3. Aaron Cogan November 12, 2021 at 12:02 pm

    To WWII vet daughter,

    You should be ashamed of yourself. If you really are related to an American who fought Nazis in WWII, you have disgraced them, and their service. Nazi symbols have no business being anywhere near our honored dead, and your ridiculous cant about “erase (sic) history” says volumes about your lack of education in multiple disciplines.

  4. Did you read the article? November 12, 2021 at 2:02 pm

    They’re removing Nazi symbols and replacing the headstones with one that do not celebrate Hitler or glorify Nazis.

  5. G November 12, 2021 at 8:52 pm

    Aaron Cogan, your statement should be directed to the right-wingers, many of them active duty, reservists, National Guard, and retired military personnel, who have disgraced their own family members who fought the Nazis since many of these military personnel seems to embrace the idealogy of the Nazis Party, have SS flags at their homes or barracks, and love to throw out the Nazis salute or the American version the Bellamy Salute any chance they get.

    “cant about “erase (sic) history””

    Yeah sure and you have right-wingers like the Koch brother would have liked to erase the dark side of American history.

  6. Truman teller November 13, 2021 at 4:18 am

    Sheer stupidity. Those are NOT swastikas. Not all Germans were Nazi’s.

  7. Tom O November 13, 2021 at 2:13 pm

    Look closer at the picture, Truman!!! NOW do you see the swastikas in the center of the iron crosses? NOW do you see who was exhibiting “Sheer stupidity”?

  8. Nick November 13, 2021 at 3:49 pm

    You fucking cunt, you think everyone that fought for Nazi Germany did so because they wanted to! You think everyone that fight’s against America and her Allies are evil? How moronic is that and your statement. The iron cross with the swastika was just the symbol used to mark the headstone so it was easy to identify that the German Soldiers that were buried there had fought in WW2 under the third riche. It is not for Hitler fandom or to support some dumb ass white supremacist, but simply a label for easy identification of the country the man fought for. Which was Nazi Germany and their emblem had a swastika, get over it. It’s not like everyone’s promoting it. Could the stones be remade to get rid of a symbol cause your fragile mind can’t coupe, sure. But to remove a head stone of any soldier, besides war criminals, without a headstone ready for immediate replacement is a distasteful and disgusting as the Nazi ideology itself. And if you don’t think so then you should do some reading on history and how the Nazi’s pushed their ways on people cause you just copied what they did. Congrats on doing something more Nazi than that Nazi soldier probably ever did. Hitler conscripted their own citizens and citizens of countries they invaded or face death. You ever think that maybe the soldiers fought so that maybe their families didn’t get executed! Can’t believe how fragile minded and entitled some of you are.

    You talk about respect in your article, I’ll give you a fun fact. That when the US marched through Paris they walked through the memorial for WW1. And when Hitler did it he told his Army to walk around it as to give respect for the veterans of the First World War. I shared that to show you that you have less respect for veterans of war than one of the cruelest and most evil men in recent history, congratulations.

  9. G November 13, 2021 at 8:33 pm

    In addition, Aaron Corgan your statement should also be directed at all those people I had mentioned who had participated in the 1/6 attack on the Capital since they had made a mockery of their family members who fought Nazis Germany. The more and more I think about it, maybe we should have let the Germans win the Second World War. In the TV series, Man in the High Castle, you had Americans who were more than willing to become quislings/collaborators/traitors/opportunists for Nazis Germany.

  10. SCOTTACUS November 14, 2021 at 8:36 am

    Wait! Let me get this right.
    Two German, Nazi prisoners of war are buried there and their grave is marked with their symbol, to distinguish them as what they were; in contrast to our Soldiers. Somehow you think it is a good idea to remove the swastikas. Removing the reminder so we can forget the evil they stood for?
    Seriously ?

  11. Grey One Talks Sass November 14, 2021 at 10:44 am


    As stated previously, not all soldiers fighting for Germany during WW2 were Nazi’s. A second point, keeping the reviled symbol continues the harm caused by those who where behind it.

    We need not fear forgetting how bad humanity can be to one another. To find the darkness one only need look into the mirror. Every day I face my darkness. Every day I choose to walk in the light. It truly is the only control anyone has.

  12. James Polles November 14, 2021 at 2:09 pm

    My dad made headstones. It would have been a simple process to sandblast the swastika out of the design.

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