Thursday, December 11, 2014

Nazi military court records uncovered

Ouest-France reports here on the discovery in Prague of records -- previously thought to have been destroyed by Nazi officials trying to cover their tracks -- of the Third Reich's military court during the Second World War. The records, located in the Czech Republic's military archives, reveal the names of dozens of members of the Resistance who were executed by the Germans. The article includes a link to a moving hour-long video, en français, about the German military prison at Torgau.

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