I Walked to the Gallows With the Nazi Chiefs

Gerecke, Henry F.; Sinclair, Merle
September 1951
Saturday Evening Post;9/1/1951, Vol. 224 Issue 9, p17
Presents an article on being the chief chaplain of Nuremberg Prison in Germany during the trials of the Nazi leaders by the International Military Tribunal. Number of Protestants who came regularly and cooperative to chapel services; Reasons of Colonel James Sullivan, commander of the 98th General Hospital, for choosing the chaplain to be transferred to Nuremberg; Information on the chaplain's encounter with the prisoners.


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