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The 10.10pm BBC One junction.
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[00:00:24] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: for Panorama.
Twelve million people were murdered in concentration camps and mass executions by the Nazis. At least 150,000 Germans were responsible. Only 35,000 have ever been convicted and now West Germany must, under her own laws, soon end further prosecutions of war criminals.
Why were so many of them never prosecuted? Why were so many SS officers released without investigation?
Panorama seeks the answers from the Allied and German officers involved.
The programme airs tomorrow at 8.10pm on BBC One.
Unfortunately, our recording terminates at this point, so we don’t have the ident link into the next programme.
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