WAR CRIMES: Memories

Europeans, like the rest of humanity, would like to forget the bad past and look forward to a good future. But they have too much to remember. At Nürnberg last week, these grisly tales welled up:

¶ Witness Alfred Balachowsky, physician, remembered thousands of men & women whose livers were removed, who were shot with poisoned bullets or infected with typhus bacilli by German scientists. Said French Prosecutor Charles Dubost: "German medical literature is very rich in experiments on adults who died suddenly between the hours of 5 and 6 a.m."

¶ Witness Jacob Werber, German, remembered how he was...

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