Calabasas writer imagines a trial of Hitler

Acorn Staff Writer

Author draws upon personal history IN HIGH PLACES-Calabasas resident David Charnay covered World War II as a journalist and met some of the most influentual people of the time, such as former President Harry S. Truman.

What if Adolf Hitler had survived the bunker and was forced to stand trial for his hideous war crimes in which 6 million Jews and others were tortured and killed?
That’s the premise of a new book penned by Calabasas author David B. Charnay in "Operation...

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