GREAT MOVE, ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER! Arnold Schwarzenegger, Whose Father Gustav Schwarzenegger Was a DECORATED NAZI SOLDIER, Found Favor in the Eyes of the Jewish Heads of Studios in Hollywood Where They Made Him One of the Biggest Stars in the History of Movies, Visits Auschwitz Nazi Death Camp Where he Meets, Simon Bergson, Son of Holocaust Survivor and Signs Visitor Book “I’LL BE BACK,” and Delivers Message of “terminating prejudice once and for all.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose father was a Nazi soldier, has visited the Auschwitz death camp to deliver the message of ‘terminating prejudice once and for all.’
The former Governor of California met with the son of a Holocaust survivor as he viewed the camp’s barracks, watchtowers and remains of gas chambers that endure as evidence of the Nazi extermination of Jews and others during World War II.
Schwarzenegger, who is originally from Austria, on his visits to Nazi Death Camp, spoke about being the son of decorated Nazi soldier Gustav Schwarzenegger.
In a video posted to Facebook in March, he brought up painful memories about how his father was lied to as he fought, and how he returned to Austria a broken man, physically and emotionally, unleashing abuse on his family.
After Schwarzenegger’s visit to Auschwitz this week, he vowed it wouldn’t be his last, signing the visitor’s book with his immortal phrase “I’ll be back.”