People: Comings & Goings

Nazi Field Marshal Albert Kesselring, 63, whose death sentence for war crimes (he supervised the bombing of defenseless Warsaw and supine Rotterdam) was commuted in 1947 to life imprisonment, returned to his prison after a ten-day leave, spent with his wife at a Bavarian lakeside resort. It was all "in accordance with normal penal regulations," his British keepers announced; before he went, unguarded, "Smiling Albert" had given his word that he would be back.

George Marshall, 68, was coming along fine after his kidney operation, might even be able to get down to...

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