Confirmation The Colonia Nazi Camp Followed William Branham:
Some are asking questions concerning the link between William Branham and the Nazi "Message" camp in Chile that was called Colonia Dignidad. Apparently, the History Channel gave mention to the "religious cult" that created the camp, but did not name "William Branham" or the "Message." The Nazi ties were the focus of the show, not the religious cult that brought the Nazis to Chile.
In the show, religious cult victims were interviewed. You can find similar interviews with these cult victims that WERE asking questions about the religious cult, and in those articles, you can find the confirmation of the link between William Branham and the Nazi "Message" commune. The latest we have found was from 2012 in a Reuters publication:
Schaefer followed the teachings of American preacher William M. Branham, one of the founders of the "faith healing" movement in the 1940s and â€˜50s. Born in a log cabin in Kentucky, Branham said he had been visited by angels and attracted tens of thousands of followers with sermons that advocated a strict adherence to the Bible, a woman's duty to obey her husband and apocalyptic visions, such as Los Angeles sinking beneath the ocean. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-germany-chile-sect-idUSBRE8480MN20120509