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Unrepentant Nazis, in Their Own Words

'The sense of urgency is palpable. The old Nazis are dying': How a British film-maker launched a decade-long project to interview the last Nazi eyewitnesses to the Holocaust, and why Germany refused to fund him

Alexandra Senfft
Alexandra Senfft
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Alexandra Senfft

When Irmgard Furchner escaped from her nursing home in September 2021, she was not propelled by dementia or confusion. The 96-year-old was deliberately running away from a long-delayed war crimes trial, accused of more than 11,000 counts of accessory to murder.

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