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The British novelist Philip Kerr just published a new thriller — “A man without Breath” — unfolding before, during and after WWII, using real-life historical figures including the old Berlin judge Johannes Goldsche, head of the Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau.  Kerr notes at the end of the book:  “The Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau continued to exist until 1945.  Anyone who wishes to know more about its work should consult the excellent book of the same name by Alfred M. de Zayas, published by the University of Nebraska Press in 1979.” p. 463-4.  ISBN 978-0-399-16079-0