German newspaper to publish top Nazi's letters
German newspaper Die Welt says it will publish a trove of letters believed to be written by Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler, previously unseen by the public.


The publication said Friday it's working with Israeli director Vanessa Lapa, whose family had the documents in its possession. Welt plans an eight-part series starting Sunday, while Lapa will debut a documentary on the hundreds of private letters, notes and photos at next month's Berlin International Film Festival. (AP)