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Edmund Veesenmayer at the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, 1946-1949

Caption     Edmund Veesenmayer at the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, 1946-1949 ww2dbase
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1. Anonymous says:
30 May 2012 05:59:19 PM

Another unpunished mass murderer-freed by Nazi lover John J McCloy.
2. Bitochen says:
19 Sep 2019 01:57:04 PM

Nazi mass murderer Edmund Veesenmayer was pardoned by US High Commissioner John McCloy. John McCloy was obviously an Anti-Semite and was complicit in the death of a multitude of Jews during WW II. McCloy convinced FDR not to bomb the crematoriums or the rail tracks claiming it would divert from the war effort and thereby facilitated the unabated extermination of European Jewry.

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