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German envoy: Germans admit their responsibility for WWII crimes in Greece

The Germans admit their historic and moral responsibility for crimes committed in Greece during World War II, the German chancellor's envoy to the Greek-German Assembly (DGV) Norbert Barthle said, in an interview to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency released on October 28, a national holiday marking Greece's entry into the war on the side of the Allies.

  • Published in Greece

Tony Vaccaro: A Lens Into History

Tony Vaccaro's home offers every visitor a quick glimpse into contemporary history. Living in a spacious house in the heart of Brooklyn, the 93 year-old photographer's residence resembles to a messy junk shop. Countless piles of old papers and memorabilia occupy every corner of the house. But don't rush to set out, you may find yourself surrounded by familiar faces.
Images may include World War II Gen. Patton and Sophia Lauren or Ms. Roosevelt and Charlie Chaplin.

  • Published in World
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