Foreign News: Stoogettes & Neuter

Relatives of Germans beheaded nowadays usually receive a sealed Nazi urn supposed to contain the ashes. Last week perhaps because she came of one of Prussia's first fighting families, Nazis did not cremate the remains of beauteous Baroness Benita von Falkenhayn, who lost her head fortnight ago while Polish Baron George Sosnowski, her master in amours and spying, was let off with life imprisonment.

Six aristocratic relatives followed the sealed black coffin across Berlin's swank Kaiserwilhelm Cemetery. The grave had been dug next to the mausoleum of the family of a distant relative,...

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