Famous Archived Letters of a TX WWI Soldier Discuss the Nation of Palestine | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Famous Archived Letters of a TX WWI Soldier Discuss the Nation of Palestine

Looks like no one told this well known WWI soldier that there was no such country as Palestine, during World War I. Paul B Hendrickson, born Oct. 8, 1896 in Illinois, was a soldier in the U.S. Army and a veteran of the 33rd Division in World War I. He is well known for the fascinating series of letters he wrote during WWI. Hendrickson, who died in 1990, is also well known in Texas for the detailed maps he drew of Houston's Camp Logan, while he was stationed there. In this series of fascinating letters between Paul and his protestant mother, the two lament "the hold Catholicism was getting on our people," and how they look forward to "fulfillment of "a certain prophecy about the Jews them that we used to discuss." The mother reminds the son how she longs for "the new order that will be ushered in by and thru the Jews in their home- land - Palestine."

He also discusses an "anti-Catholic organization," he'd heard of through his Masonic membership and tells his mom "It is going to come to some crisis soon. I hope I can soon have the privilege of discussing some of them with you. I have not changed my opinion as regards them - only have become stronger in it." The mother says "for revolution is now close at our doors, anarchy on its heels. Now this don't mean that every body is going to get killed no no. for there will be millions no doubt who will live thru it and will lay hold upon the new order that will be ushered in by and thru the Jews in their home-land - Palestine. for out of Jerusalem shall go forth the law and His word from Mt. Zion." Fascinating reading from a historical perspective, regardless of one's personal opinions.

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