In Germany, a man of 88 years was charged with murder and conspiracy to murder in the massacre of Oradour-sur-Glane in France, during which 642 people were killed in June 1944.
History sometimes catches some of its authors in later years. 70 years after the fact, an octogenarian was charged with murder and conspiracy to murder in the massacre of Oradour-sur-Glane in France, said Wednesday the floor of Cologne (West Germany). 642 people were killed during the massacre in June 1944.
The octogenarian is accused of having personally killed 25 people and being "complicit in the murder of several hundred" in other abuses by the SS in the small town of Limousin (center of France) during World War II World, said the court of Cologne in a statemen