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Nazi Hunters Built a VR Auschwitz for Better Prosecutions

In Europe, the hunt for Nazis complicit in the Holocaust still continues 71 years after the end of World War 2. And in Germany, they’re using a new reconstruction of the Nazis’ most famous extermination camp, in virtual reality, to better prosecute the men and women who may have escaped justice for all these years. Read more...
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