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Spandau Prison: An Ozarks Perspective

  • Aired: 01/19/2010
  • 28:29
  • Rating: NR
At the end of World War Two, the war crime tribunal was held in Nuremberg, Germany, where high ranking Nazi officials stood trial. Seven of these men were sentenced to imprisonment in Berlin's Spandau Prison, unique for its inmates, and its post-war organization and administration. Ozarks veteran Robert Owens provides his unique insight of these historic inmates as an Army guard at the prison.
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