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U.N. archives on Nazi war criminals open to public at Holocaust museum
U.N. archives on Nazi war criminals open to public at Holocaust museum

After the end of World War II, investigations into former Nazis and other war criminals were detailed in hundreds of thousands of records that were unavailable to the public for about 70 years — files that finally became accessible this week at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington. The United Nations War Crimes Commission records include about 370,000 pages of documents collected between 1943 and 1949 about alleged Nazi war criminals and the charges filed against them, including meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, trial transcripts and microfilm images, museum officials announced Thursday. Paul Shapiro, director of the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust...

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