The debate surrounding Latvian Legion soldiers rages on almost 50 years after the world cleared them from blame for any World War II atrocities. Katya Cengel reports on how a new declaration and a historian are trying to clear things up.The Baltic Waffen SS Units (Baltic Legions) are to be considered as separate and distinct in purpose, ideology, activities and qualifications for membership from the German SS, and therefore the Commission holds them not to be a movement hostile to the Government of the United States under Section 13 of the Displaced Persons Act, as amended." So declared Har...
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