Letter to Neal Plantinga

Meyer, Galen

unpublished letter, August 1996

This letter was written shortly after Galen Meyer visited Auschwitz I and Auschwitz-Birkenau: “The Germans built their death plants with care—with good quality molding on the concrete girders, excellent design in the brick masonry. They never saw that they’d want to blow these up five years later. They built them to last, and they built them to look good and respectable in any industrial park.”