(First World War Poem by John McCrae)

VIENNA, Austria: in 1873, a model of an Italian-design crematorium was erected at the Great exhibition. Hitler lived in Vienna.

Imagine a nerve gas destroying the inhabitants of Manila, Philippines—millions of dead bodies piled in a “mass grave”: decomposing. That’s why every metropolis in this world should have crematoria for disposing of the dead in case of a bomb attack.

Cremation is he reduction of human remains to ash—a sanitary disposal of the dead.


The national cremation societies combined (1937) world-wide and formed the international cremation “federation” for consultative purposes.

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