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One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. 1946

One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. 1946
One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. 1946
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One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. 1946
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One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. 1946
One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. 1946
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One German bends his head to take notes at the camp to train the "Future Rulers of Germany." Others in the class fold their arms as they listen. The Government has opened a camp at Wilton Park near Beaconsfield, Bucks, for the training of the future rulers of Germany. Every six weeks 300 hand-picked Germans are brought for a course. After the course they go back to their prison camps as "Missionaries." Later on they will go to Germany and get key jobs with the Control Commission. Lectures are on such subjects as Nuremberg trial, the difference between German law and British, the education systems, the mistakes of Germany etc. Photo taken: March 21, 1946
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SizeText 8.1" x 6"

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