Letters, Mar. 10, 1958

The Disasters of War

Sir:

After reading "The End" of Anne Frank [Feb. 17] and reminiscing on my own experiences in the camps of Auschwitz and Belsen, I don't think Germany will ever be able to wipe her hands clean.

PAULINE LANDSBERG North Bergen, NJ.

Sir:

Who will guarantee that the beasts who killed Anne Frank and millions of other innocents will not come back—or are all the living Germans of today "good Germans"? As one who did not have to wait to be sorted out for the ovens, but who was lucky enough to get...

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