The Ratline: A gripping tale of a Nazi war criminal and the son he left behind

Philippe Sands puts himself into contention for history book of the year with his account of a Nazi who tried to flee from justice and his son’s attempt to clear his name

24th May, 2020
The Ratline: A gripping tale of a Nazi war criminal and the son he left behind
The Von Wächter family in 1944, including Nazi Otto, wife Charlotte and their son Horst who handed over the family archive to author Philippe Sands

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The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive

By Philippe Sands

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