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World War II
Japan's Turn to Be Generous >>
Because Japan has thought only about her own peace, values such as freedom, justice and order, which can be shared with other countries, have become secondary.
I Lost My Hate at Auschwitz >>
Polish exile Aniela Stepan and her husband Olgierd tell their story to Michael Smith.
Message to Emperor >>
The nine million readers of the Japanese paper, Yomiuri, read in June of how another Welsh war veteran was building bridges with Japan.
In a Town Called Fulda >>
We passed each other every morning. She went along Fulda's Kunzeller Street to the Jewish school. I went down Edelzeller Street to the town school. Where the two streets crossed, we met. But I didn't even know her name.
One Family's Berlin >>
The Kriegs describe the year that their daughter was addicted as the lowest point of their married life.