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savings to benefit the elderly of the village where he'd initially been the enemy. reporter: george carson remembers the german as a friendly older gentleman who always enjoyed coming back to heinrich george: heinrich always said thatate was veryry, very gd d td not, say, the austraralians or e cananadians. he migight not havave fared quio well had he been captured byby somebody e else. and d it probably y saved his . he said hihimself that he migt not have survived the war otherwrwise, had h he not been captured when he was. reporter: heinrich steinmeyer was 19 years old and in the notorious s.s. when a scottish battalion took him prisoner in normandy in 1944. he was taken to the cultybraggan camp on the edge of the highlands, which held 4000 prisoners of war. at firstst, the villagers were wary of their neighbors. these were men representing the nazi regime that the allies were fighting against, and which at one point had threatened to invade britain. but some of the p.o.w.'s would soon win the villagers' trust. lalaura: when theyey got off e train,n, they sang. anand this cauaused a gre
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