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The editors of YANK MAGAZINE reported that the week of VE-Day the

"...first-run movie houses showed films of a kind seldom if ever seen by American audiences. The films, made for the most part by the U.S. Army signal corps, showed piles of human bones, mass graves and beaten, starving men who looked more like corpses than human beings...Homefronters sat in shocked silence, broken now and then in by low gasps."

     


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When the U.S. Home Front Found Out About Nazi Atrocities (Yank Magazine, 1945)

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