Continue reading Allied War Crimes in World War II: Munich-St. Martin/Untermenzing
4-9. Parish Munich-St. Martin/Untermenzing
Reporter: Pastor Friedrich Oeller
Date: August 1945
3. The Aftermath
After the invasion the Americans began with the house searches. The rectory has been searched three times.
The American soldiers were respectable, some of them (Catholics!) very courteous. Only a couple of bottles of sacramental wine were stolen.
But from the parish itself came complaints, some of them heavy, about pillaging by the troops.
Also, three cases of rape were reported.
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