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Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, U.S. Intelligence, and the Cold War

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Hitler's Shadow: Nazi War Criminals, U.S. Intelligence, and the Cold War
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Publisher: The National Archives
ISBN/ASIN: 130034735X
Number of pages: 110

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This book is based on newly declassified and analyzed government documents. It documents how Western intelligence agencies declined to prosecute war criminals -- often men responsible for the deaths of thousands of Jews and others, and some who had killed captured Allied soldiers.

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