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 GERMAN OFFICER'S I CONFESSION. I HARROWING BELGIAN I SCENE. .rhrough a icu.ida'eout ,s<-r\ice a Belgian journal publishes an account of confession saai to have been made to a. friend by a Oermau militaiy officer, who states that have been ahol (after trial) since the occupation of Belgium by the Oermans. The German Continues :— H-;v,e' isrrible and inhuman the case of Miss ( a veil may be, H is less pathetic than of Madame -xecut-ed uf October under my super- intendence. '"1 wati then at the Fort of La Chartreuse (Liege). e weiv iuioimed that new exe- cutions were to be undertaken. Twenty- nine jiersons appeared ];<foI'p the court- martial whic h sat permanently at Liege. This court pronounced death sentences as rc-adily, as b mere police magistrate pro- nounces sentences. Thus the examination of these 29 accused persons did not last more than thirty minutes. The cit-ci-ee of the court condemned eleven of them to death and the others to perpetual imprisonment in Oermanv. "Women First." 'At ten 0 clock m the evening we were' foiewained that eight of those condemned to death were to be executed before mid- night. The principal .culprit was Mine. lie last execution was to be th-afc of Julien Lenders, a local and well-known writer. I had the woman executed first, iiot, o:tit, (;f pity for her sex, but I }¡¡-¡ J not suflicient contidence in my own strength to go thiough with ji. The atti- tude of the soldiers did nut please me. 1 lined them up, with lily revolver in my hand, gave them the order to fir". and then ten men li. >• J. '"Mine. f"ienay fe;-i, Llit slle had merely received a bullet in the ankle. ] rushed t-c.- wards her: 1 made her stand i against the wall. She was crying out with all her strength. My fit God, why do you torture me' L ordered a second row ot ten men tu fire. She fell again, but this 1.;11. :<1 It' llut -ev.-n touched: s he was terror-stricken, ami kept on cr\ing out, 0 my Cod, what torture. j As she was on the point ot becoming Utl- conscious I held_lier up with my arm. C" Per- • hap-; J shall be accused oi having been a | eowaid. bat I confess I was jvally one and am one still. e, Oermaiis. we have disci- I phnaiy courage, but individually we cowards. barrel to her ear, and I killed It( i- in cold blood wirhoat the least feeling1. it I benders was executed last. hat courage All the v ietims showed themselves more courageous in the face of j death than we, their executioners, were. "When the eight victims thai we had executed were buried one of my superior officers declared to me. "These victims will be immorta ]j""J, and f4lt,Lii'k' will remember that we were their murderers." as i

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