International: The Untellable Story

The lawyers tried again to tell the untellable story. These Nazis had killed 6,000,000 Jews. This was no report from a refugee agency. Here it was, right out of the Nazi files.

In Nürnberg's warm, well-lighted courtroom, the lawyers tried to get the point across—these Nazis had killed 6,000,000 Jews. The spectators nodded. They had heard it before.

The lawyers tried again to tell the untellable story. These Nazis had killed 6,000,000 Jews. This was no report from a refugee agency. Here it was, right out of the Nazi files. The Gestapo's chief Jew catcher, Adolf Eichmann, said that 4,000,000 died in concentration camps and 2,000,000 were killed by extermination squads. Fat, brutal Hans Frank counted 3,500,000 Jews in western Poland in 1941, "perhaps 100,000"...

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