FULDA, Germany — The Roman Catholic Church in Germany reported April 8 that almost 6,000 people were used for forced labor in Catholic facilities during World War II. The report by the German Catholic Bishops’ Conference found that 1,075 prisoners of war and 4,829 civilians were made to work at nearly 800 Catholic facilities, such as hospitals, monasteries and cemeteries.…
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