Foreign News: Marks of Madness

As the Allied invaders rooted deeper into the private life of Hitler's Reich, they bared some nauseous Nazi secrets:

Slaves & Skulls. In an insane asylum near Limburg they discovered a "murder factory" for "mercy killings." One of six in Germany, it had been set up for the disposal of unruly and overage slave laborers. Some 15,000 were gassed and cremated before nearby villagers complained of the polluted air. The next 5,000 were poisoned. SS men performed the daily executions. They celebrated their 10,000th killing, staffmen said, with a bacchanalian orgy, using the...

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