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Howard Sitton writes from Carmel Valley, California.
World War II has been very slow to yield up its secrets. We learned easily about the heinous misdeeds perpetrated by the Axis powers upon innocent populations, but it has been harder to expose and explain the “secrets” of our conduct toward innocent civilians and ordinary soldiers who came under our control or influence.
"The (anti-Hitler) conspiracy failed," wrote the late Willi Schlamm, himself a refugee from Nazism, nearly 30 years ago.
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