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'War Morality, Remembrance'

April 30, 1985

Hughes asks us to believe that the Nazi concentration camps were part of the war, this so he could conveniently compare them with the Allied bombing of German cities. Not so, Professor Hughes! There were 50 concentration camps in Germany by the end of 1933; Dachau, Buchenwald, Sachshausen and Ravensbruck were already infamous six years before the war.

The Nazis exploited the war to increase the territory and population among which they could spread their already established reign of terror and death.

MARTIN WILLINSKI

Northridge

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