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The children just want to say good night to Uncle Peter. Well, say good night, then. But quickly. Good night, Erik! Good night, Uncle Peter! Good night, Uncle Peter. Good night, little Gretel. Now, straight to bed. I’ll be up to put the light out. Why are you so scared? I’m telling you, don’t get involved. It’s not your affair. No, war criminals are a police matter, but the police don’t want to do anything about it. So I’m going to. MILLER: State Attorney General’s office, please. PORTER: Which department? War Crimes. Second floor. Room . Thank you very much. Riga, and the name was? MILLER: Roschmann, Eduard. What’s going on here? This gentleman just want . I heard him. Who sent you here? I’m a journalist. Come into my office. Can I see your card? Why are you so interested in Captain Roschmann? Is there some investigation of him? Why do you want to know? It’s a matter of public interest. We investigate many things, Herr Miller, but we are not empowered to give out information concerning the progress of our inquiries. I’m simply asking if there is an inquiry. The matter is confidential. I can’t discuss it. (PHONE RINGING) Yes? Put him through. Herr General. What a nice surprise. And it’s good to hear you, sir. Of course I’m coming. I’ve got the invitation right in front of me. The one evening in the year I wouldn’t miss. I’ll pick you up, sir. How about that? Seven p.m., so we can go together. Fine, fine. I think I ought to warn you, Miller. It’s a serious of fence to interfere with the machinery of justice. In years your office has managed to bring to trial three SS men, all of them privates. My office . In years! Now, listen . Justice. (BRASS BAND MARCH) (MUSIC DROWNS OUT CONVERSATION) (INAUDIBLE) It’s been a good evening, men, and good to see you. (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) They can’t kill us off, can they? CROWD: No! Eh, Tiger? Never, Herr Oberst! (CHEERING) And there is Major Krantz. Not a year older, by the look of it. (LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE) Yes, there’s a lot of us left. I welcome you all to our th annual reunion.