1 March 1993 No intellectual effort is ever in vain. When intellectuals suggested that World War Two, as compared to all previous wars, should be regarded as a struggle against darkness and death which must end with a trial of the criminals, it was believed that all would be forgotten quickly after the ceasefire. German […]

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