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French mayor of Oradour-sur-Glane, Raymond Frugier (4th-L with a hat), flanked by French historian Pascal Plas (5th-L), Paris' prosecutor substitute, Aurelia Devos (L) and Limoges' Prosecutor, Michel Garrandaux (2ndL) are pictured as French gendarmes and Germany's investigators walk in the main street of the village of Oradour-sur-Glane, southern France, on January 29, 2013. An investigation for crimes of war is led by German and French authorities 68 years after the 1944 massacre. On June 10, 1944, a detachment of the SS Das Reich division were ordered to destroy the village and all of its inhabitants, killing 642 persons. AFP PHOTO PASCAL LACHENAUD (Photo credit should read PASCAL LACHENAUD/AFP/Getty Images)
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French mayor of Oradour-sur-Glane, Raymond Frugier (4th-L with a hat), flanked by French historian Pascal Plas (5th-L), Paris' prosecutor substitute, Aurelia Devos (L) and Limoges' Prosecutor, Michel Garrandaux (2ndL) are pictured as French gendarmes and Germany's investigators walk in the main street of the village of Oradour-sur-Glane, southern France, on January 29, 2013. An investigation for crimes of war is led by German and French authorities 68 years after the 1944 massacre. On June 10, 1944, a detachment of the SS Das Reich division were ordered to destroy the village and all of its inhabitants, killing 642 persons. AFP PHOTO PASCAL LACHENAUD (Photo credit should read PASCAL LACHENAUD/AFP/Getty Images)
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French mayor of OradoursurGlane Raymond Frugier flanked by French... News Photo 160336148France,French Culture,Gendarme,Germany,Group Of People,Haute-vienne,History,Horizontal,Investigation,Law,Limoges,Mayor,Oradour-sur-Glane,Paris - France,People,Prosecutor,Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur,Replacement,Street,Village,WalkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPFrench mayor of Oradour-sur-Glane, Raymond Frugier (4th-L with a hat), flanked by French historian Pascal Plas (5th-L), Paris' prosecutor substitute, Aurelia Devos (L) and Limoges' Prosecutor, Michel Garrandaux (2ndL) are pictured as French gendarmes and Germany's investigators walk in the main street of the village of Oradour-sur-Glane, southern France, on January 29, 2013. An investigation for crimes of war is led by German and French authorities 68 years after the 1944 massacre. On June 10, 1944, a detachment of the SS Das Reich division were ordered to destroy the village and all of its inhabitants, killing 642 persons. AFP PHOTO PASCAL LACHENAUD (Photo credit should read PASCAL LACHENAUD/AFP/Getty Images)