Nazis Reopen Old Case Against Jews Cleared of Murdering Christian Child

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In Bamberg, Germany, five Jews are put on trial for the murder of a Christian child in 1929. At the time of the child's death accusations of ritual murder by Jews were investigated but found to be baseless.

Now, however, the Nazis have pulled the case from the files and opened up a prosecution.

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