Foreign News: Inferno on Trial

The glare of floodlights suddenly fell on the defendants' faces. A small, stocky woman walked toward the dock. She pointed at a thin-lipped, narrow-eyed man with a low. receding forehead and brows grown together in a constant frown. "This man I recognize," she said. (It was Joseph Kramer, commandant of Belsen concentration camp.) The woman walked on. "This man I recognize." (It was Fritz Klein, Belsen's doctor.) She moved on down the line of defendants, picking out a dozen others.

Then she stopped before a fierce-eyed, coldly pretty blonde. "This woman I recognize."...

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