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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
Alexandra Senfft
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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