Download Oradour-The Final Verdict: Worst Nazi War Crime in France, The Controversial Trial and Recent Discoveries eBook
by Douglas W. Hawes
Of the 21 accused, only 7 were Germans.
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acting as a résistant, visited Oradour about the same time as Munn to record the ruins and survivors.
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The village has been left untouched to bear witness to the crimes. Ceremonies to mark the 75th anniversary of the worst massacre of civilians perpetrated by Nazi troops in France during World War II are being held in the uninhabited, memorial ruins of the village on Monday. Army minister Genevieve Darrieussecq attended a commemorative mass and left tributes at monuments to the people who died in June 1944, just days after the D-Day landings in Normandy, hundreds of kilometers to the north.