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World War II / Hitler's Children #789297

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 06, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Oslo, Norway; Nic Robertson) The legacy of Adolf Hitler's plan to create a master race {Lebensborn} examined by looking at one Oslo woman's life; footage shown of the German invasion of Norway, where children born of Norwegian women & Nazi soldiers were raised in a special home to promote the Aryan race; photos shown of the German-Norwegian kids. [Born during Hitler's regime, Siss OUSTAD†- recounts being raped because she was an outcast; shows her birth certificate; explains learning her "sister" was her mother; notes how she was treated as a "German kid" in postwar Norway.]

Brown, Aaron

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