Foreign News: Scars

Ugly scars left on the body of Paris by Nazi terror came to light last week.

¶ In the Ivry suburb, nameless graves held the remains of an estimated 75,000 persons shot during the occupation.

¶ In the Suretè Gènèrale on the Rue des Saussaies, Gestapomen had tortured prisoners with near-freezing baths, electric currents, beatings. Scratched on the walls of cells: "Long live eternal France! . . . Never confess ! . . . My God, I have confidence in Thee!"

¶ At the Air Ministry's rifle range on the boulevard Victor, the Germans had built an asbestos shed in which...

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