Carl Weeldryer came across a Nazi soldier who had stayed behind as his army retreated. He wanted to let the American army know that the salt mine he was guarding had tons of dangerous explosives. Carl was so appreciative of this act of kindness, that he let him say goodbye to his family before going to a POW camp. How did this simple act of humanity have far reaching effects? What was it like for Germans to be captured by Russians rather than Americans? These questions and more were answered by Sophie's team which has collected over 15 amazing primary and secondary sources for this project. Some of the sources are 70 years old and are being shown to the world for the first time on Thursday, Feb. 12th at 6 p.m. here at Mt. Washington. We hope to see everybody there!