From the Associated Press via ynetnews.com:
In a typewritten affidavit, former Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoess
admitted that "victims were executed and exterminated there by gassing
and burning." In handwritten notes from the 1945 interrogation of
Robert Ley, the Nazi official blames Germany for its own defeat, saying
the country was "too lazy and too incompetent."
The documents used by prosecutors at the Nuremberg Trials
to help convict top Nazis are among a trove of some 500 pages that
surfaced last year at a flea market in Tel Aviv. About 20 pages went on
display Wednesday at the Berlin Jewish Education Center, where they will
be available for the public to see through January 27, Holocaust
Remembrance Day, before they are sold at auction in Israel.