SEQUELS: Added Chapters

Here & there last week, a chapter was added to stories that had already made their splash in the news:

¶ In Warsaw, Bishop Czelaw Kaczmarek, latest scapegoat in Communism's running battle with the church, was consigned to prison for twelve years. After two years in prison, the bishop had "confessed" to such crimes as treason, spying for the U.S. and the Vatican—more than enough to hang him for, if he were really guilty. ¶ British officials in Germany paid 22,500 Deutsche Mark ($5,357) damages to Hans Klose, an ex-Wehrmacht private who was captured by the British and turned over...

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