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CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Ensor) The United States government's release of World War II documents about Nazi intelligence officers who were hired by the West to help against the Soviet KGB examined; details given of information about the role of then-US intelligence chief Allen Dulles, of the mysterious disappearance of Gestapo chief Heinrich Muller and of a file indicating Adolf Hitler's personal physician considered Hitler on the border between genius and insanity. [American University Richard BREITMAN - says hiring them was a tremendous mistake.] [Justice Department Eli ROSENBAUM - says Nazi criminals were the winners of the Cold War.] [University of Virginia Timothy NAFTALI - says a group of German intelligence officers "recreated themselves."]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf;
Ensor, David
Duration:
00:03:20

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