Letters, Dec. 30, 1946

Spoils of War


I read your article about the German scientists [TIME, Dec. 9] and almost cried with disgust. . . .

I am a veteran of almost three years overseas—serving with the field artillery in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. I saw American boys killed by weapons invented by these same Nazis we are now catering to. I read of all the civilians killed by these fiendish weapons.

These scientists are now, and were, Nazis. They worked for and believed in a system that thousands of American boys died fighting to erase forever...

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