Analysis Conviction of 'Auschwitz Bookkeeper': An Important, if Belated, Message for German People
94-year-old Oskar Groening was handed a four-year sentence in what is probably the last major war crimes trial in Germany. 'You can tell yourself you only dealt with suitcases,' the judge said, 'but you saw what happened there.'
The conviction of 94-year-old Oskar Groening, the so-called Auscwitz bookkeper, by a German court this week and his sentencing to four years in prison sent an important, if belated, message to the German...
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