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Sunday October 24th, 2021 11:14AM

LISTEN: The worst Nazi war criminal you've heard of...

By Bill Maine Executive Vice President & General Manager

SS Nazi General Hans Kammler helped design and execute the Holocaust. Read the headlines of the day an you'll think he killed himself. Look behind the headlines with Dan Reuter and you'll discover a totally different story. Reuter spent time with us on Maine Street discussing this and other facts about Kammler found in his book "The Hidden Nazi."

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LISTEN: The worst Nazi war criminal you've heard of...
SS Nazi General Hans Kammler helped design and execute the Holocaust. Read the headlines of the day an you'll think he killed himself. Look behind the headlines with Dan Reuter and you'll discover a totally different story. Reuter spent time with us on Maine Street discussing this and other facts about Kammler found in his book "The Hidden Nazi."
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