70 Years After WWII, More Needs to Be Done

I Read This Story in Shame for My Brother’s Efforts to Obstruct Placing My Father’s Records from Buchenwald Into The Public Domain.

The issue there ought not to be our family feud or even pride about my father, the issue ought to be doing all we can to assure that survivors can see the pictures for themselves.

The issue in Germany, of course is not the survivors, but the criminals. the Germans who committed war crimes.

War Crimes Investigations: 'We Don't Pursue Nazis, We Pursue Murderers'

German prosecutors are still looking in to pressing charges against several men believed to have been accomplices to murder at Auschwitz. Some in Germany are asking if justice can still be served almost 70 years after the war. By Benjamin Schulz more at Der Spiegel.

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