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Wartime help for Nazi soldiers

Red Cross medics sent to work in German hospitals.

This content was published on October 29, 2009 - 15:57

Between October 1941 and March 1943, the Swiss Red Cross organised four medical missions to Russia's eastern front. Personnel were sent to help the injured and sick in German war hospitals. Many regarded the missions as acts of goodwill, designed to mollify the Germans. They were organised by people who openly sympathised with the Nazis. (archive 09.06.2005)

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