As details about the Nazi horror camps piled up, hatred for the German people, as well as the Nazis, swept the U.S. and Britain. Calmly the Moscow radio, quoting Pravda, pointed out that it was about time that the Western Allies realized what they were up against:
"Allied troops see not only smooth German landscapes and clean little town houses. They also see concentration camps.
"What is Buchenwald? It is Maidanek, but in miniature.
"Our Allies had not seen what we had.
"Now that they too have seen, now that they share what we know, they will understand us better. . . .
"Fascism is not...