GERMANY: The Women

Present, as at a Kaffeeklatsch in the good old days, were Frau Field Marshal Göring, Frau Deputy Führer Hess, Frau Reichsminister Funk, Frau Governor General Frank, Frau Youth Leader von Schirach.* These wives and widows of Germany's war criminals awaited their own judgment day in a camp near Augsburg. Bavaria's Denazification Ministry was about to try them as "profiteers."

"You will make Nazis out of people who never were Nazis before," snarled Henrietta von Schirach, when the New York Herald Tribune's Marguerite Higgins visited the camp last week. "Please tell your General Clay...

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