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World War II (Dachau Liberation) #95769

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 29, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Dachau, West Germany) Return of survivors to mark Dachau's liberation during World War 11 featured; historical films, photos shown. SS role in Dachau and nearby villagers' feigned ignorance recalled. [Sociologist Claudius GETTLER - discusses his generation's effort to grasp Germany's actions.] [German STUDENT - disagrees with Reagan's claim that Nazi soldiers were as much victims as concentration camp inmates.] [Attorney Hasso HUBNER - abhors Reagan's approach to reconciliation.] [Dachau survivor Bruno FURCH - believes Reagan is lending moral help to those continuing Nazi goals.] [GETTLER - cites inability of anyone to relieve Germany of its guilt.]
REPORTER: Jim Wooten

Jennings, Peter;
Wooten, Jim

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