This video is called The Oradour-sur-Glane Experience: a Nazi Massacre.
From French daily L’Humanité:
Recalling the Ouradour Massacre: “I’ve Never Forgotten that Fateful Day”
Ouradour sur Glane. Following the death in bed of the Nazi officer Heinz Barth, who took part in the massacre that was perpetrated in this village on June 10, 1944, one of the survivors, Robert Hébras, told us what happened on that day.
The SS officer Heinz Barth died at home on August 6, 2007, in Gransee north of Berlin, at the age of 86. Nicknamed “the murderer of Ouradour sur Glane” for his direct involvement in the massacre that took place in the village on June 10, 1944, he had been condemned to life in prison in 1983 in a trial in East Berlin for war crimes, then released in 1997 for health reasons. Robert Hébras, one of the few survivors of the massacre, told us what happened.
A German court has thrown out a case against a former Nazi officer accused of taking part in one of the worst atrocities in France during the second world war. The 89-year-old former member of the SS had been charged with murder and accessory to murder in connection with the slaughter of 642 villagers – including 254 women and 207 children – in the southwestern village of Oradour-sur-Glane: here.
On December 9, the Cologne district court announced in a press release that it would not initiate proceedings against an 89-year-old pensioner from Cologne. The accused, Werner Christukat, had been charged by the Dortmund state prosecutor responsible for the investigation of crimes committed during the Nazi dictatorship. He was accused of participating in the murder of 25 people and aiding and abetting the murder of several hundred other victims. He was allegedly part of an SS tank regiment that stormed the French village of Oradour-sur-Glane and massacred its inhabitants on July 10, 1944: here.
Nazi massacre in Greece: here.