Puzzling Together an Honest Past: In Small-town Germany, the Taboo on Nazi Collaborators Is Being Broken

'73 years later, we didn't necessarily want to become inquisitors. But we did want to make sure we'd notice parallel developments in our community today that may lead to similar catastrophes'

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At 93 years old Fritz Montermann sometimes needs a moment or two to remember the name of his youngest great-granddaughter. But he very clearly remembers every detail of a November night almost 80 years ago....