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Topic - Peter Sonnenthal
None of the survivors of World War II has done more to publicly atone for the barbarism that led to war in Europe than the Germans (nobody had more to atone for), and visitors of a certain age inevitably seek out the places that evoke the Nazi era.
"Historical facts are being denied, the law is being abused, and the Nazis of Teltow are being vindicated after the fact," Peter Sonnenthal, an American descendant from Denver, tells Der Spiegel newsmagazine with disbelief. "Our property was stolen, and now we have to justify ourselves."