Any historical information on angora rabbits is pretty hard to come by. There are little snippets here and there in encyclopedias on online, but just not a whole lot of detailed information. Even books dedicated to angoras are a bit sketchy about their history.
So today I came across an intriguing link on Facebook. I checked all over the website, but I couldn't find their rules governing reprinting their articles, so I hesitate to post the article here. I'm including the link so you can read for yourself (and so I can find the article when I want to).
I already knew the basics that the article covers, and I'll share them with you so that you can decide whether it's something you want to learn more about.
The author tells about the raising of angora rabbits in Nazi Germany at the concentration camps. Of course, the rabbits were treated vastly better than the Jews. While the subject itself is disturbing to ponder, there are not any photographs in the article to worry about showing to children.