August 29, 2014

Why the Last SS Guards Will Go Unpunished

Klaus Wiegrefe, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

In February, German prosecutors conducted a wave of raids targeting former SS concentration camp guards. It was hoped the proceedings could help make up for decades of inaction. Instead, they will likely mark the latest chapter in the German judiciary's shameful approach to the Holocaust.

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TAGGED: World War II, Nazism, Holocaust, Germany

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