"I was in high school there, in Germany, which was-- I could write another book on a Jewish kid in a German high school-- and of course none of them knew anything that was going on. But the thing I remember most about that period is that I was very close to Nuremberg-- some twelve miles-- and I did attend some of the Nuremberg trials... of the top Nazis.
It was a horrific thing. Every country that was occupied, had a delegation, and the Polish delegation issued... permits to go in, and as we were walking in, there would be one in 'P' and one of the 'Q’s' was standing as close as I’m standing to you.
I saw these ordinary, ugly people, who... decided to murder innocent people by the millions, and tortured them. It was just beyond belief that these look like humans, and they were the murderers on the large scale."