Long-lost diary of top Hitler aide offers window into Nazi soul

Papers from the recovered diary of Nazi leader Rosenberg are displayed during a news conference in WilmingtonBy Myles Miller WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) – U.S. officials on Thursday unveiled the 400-page diary of Alfred Rosenberg, a top aide to Adolf Hitler, who oversaw the genocide against Jews and others during World War Two. The diary disappeared after the Nuremberg trials in 1946, sparking a nearly 70-year hunt that ended on April 5 in the upstate New York town of Lewiston, at the home of an academic named Herbert Richardson. …



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