My dear Mr. Kiesinger:
Before you are elected Federal Chancellor tomorrow, I venture a last attempt, before the widest public, to make you see reason.
I belong to that generation whose fathers, the men of your generation, wittingly or unwittingly participated in the crimes committed since 1933. I know that many German families have been able to overcome this schism between the two generations: the fathers have re-oriented themselves and the sons have forgiven. You, Mr. Kiesinger...
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