4 June 2001 Two events in Germany this past week served to once again confirm that World War II remains an intense and emotional fact of life in much of Europe. In many ways, this is particularly true in Central and Eastern Europe, where decades of Soviet paralysis prevented a proper healing process from taking […]

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