US Holocaust museum acquires lost Nazi diary | News | Al Jazeera

US Holocaust museum acquires lost Nazi diary

Alfred Rosenberg, Hitler's top aide, wrote the long-lost journal, a key piece of evidence during the Nuremberg trials.

    Nearly 70 years after it disappeared, a key piece of Nazi evidence has formally been turned over to the US Holocaust museum.

    The hand-written accounts are from one of the most important and influential members of the Third Reich.
    Al Jazeera's Lisa Stark reports from Washington. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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