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Trial of 100-year-old man in Germany: why Nazi war crimes take so long to prosecute

By Rainer Schulze, Professor Emeritus of Modern European History, University of Essex
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The complex history of prosecuting Nazi war crimes means elderly men and women are on trial for crimes committed decades ago.

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