War Guilt

Since Messrs. Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels et al. are still at large, the United Nations Commission for the Investigation of War Crimes as yet has had little to do except receive complaints. But already it has a long list of accused. By the end of 1942 the delegates of nine German-occupied countries, where an estimated 3,400,000 people had been executed or had died in Nazi concentration camps, had proposed over 10,000 German names for punishment.*

Last week Franklin Roosevelt appointed as American Commissioner his well-stuffed old friend Herbert Claiborne Pell, 59, of Newport, R.I....

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