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July 14, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-14

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A pamphlet issued by the
World Federation of Hungarian
Jews (Magyar Zsidok Vilgszo-
vetsege), with offices in New
York and Tel Aviv, presents
the horrifying facts about the
Nazi campaign that was con-
ducted to destroy the Jews of
Hungary.
Entitled "Eichmann and the
Destruction of Hungarian
Jewry," the pamphlet, written
by Randolph L. Brahart, was
published and is being distrib-
uted by Twayne Publishers (31
Union Sq., N.Y. 3).
Braham's compilation of facts
and figures makes this bro-
chure a valuable addendum to
the accumulating evidence
against the - Nazi criminals, and
especially against Adolf Eich-
mann.
In a foreword to the pam-
phlet, Frederic Gorog; presi-
dent of the World Federation
of Hungarian Jews, declares
that "Eichmann's design to
bring about 'the solution of the
Jewish question,' as the Nazi
extermination pr o gr am was
called, was nowhere as suc-
cessful and efficient as in Hun-
gary!"

The pamphlet is supple-
mented by a map which shows
the major ghettos, assembly
centers and deportation routes
that were used for the de-

Spanish Press Raps
Eichmann Trial, Hides
Hitler Regime Horrors

LONDON, (JTA) — Spain is
exhibiting "a redurrent• nostal-
gia for Nazism," and the con-
trolled Spanish ' press is de-
nouncing the Adolf EiChmann
trial in Jerusalem as "ridiculous
and nauseating," according to
a Madrid dispatch in the Guar-
dian of Manchester.
The Guardian quoted Rode-
rigo Royo, editor of the S'panish
news-weekly, SP, as saying
editorially: "The Nazi-FascistS
were not as bad as the Jews
painted them. If there was some
persecution of Jews under Hit-
ler, the persecution of the Nazis
by the Jews in the past 16 years
has been infinitely more fero-
cious."
The dispatch quoted Royo
further as declaring "there
were no gas chambers for the
extermination of Jews," and the
Spanish editor continued: "I
have been in the German gas
chambers. They were technical
installations of the army for
testing the soldiers' gas -masks.
All that's been said on the sub-
ject is sheer fabrication. The
Jews invented an Eichmann in
Argentina. They caught him the
way you get a butterfly, then
- they indoctrinated him the way
a clown in a second-rate circus
is taught his role."
On the other hand, the Man-
chester newspaper declared,
"the Spanish press accounts of
the Eichmann trial have been
superficial, giving the impres-
sion that it is Government pol-
icy (since the press is State-
controlled) that it does not wish
to reveal to Spaniards the full
horror of the Hitler era."

Eichmann Trial Protest
in Germany Is Banned

BONN, (JTA)—Police in Duis-
berg prohibited a public meeting
of the neo-Nazi German Reich
Party, called to protest against
the trial in Jerusalem of Adolf
Eichmann, as a "wholesale. slan-
der of the German people."
The party polled only about one
percent of the vote in the last
West German elections.
In Munich, anti-Semitic slogans
were f6und scrawled on walls of
buildings in the Munich Fair
Grounds. Unknown persons had
painted such slogans as "Jews Get
Out" on several of the structures.
Police asked witnesses to aid in
the search for the culprits. 1

struction of Hungarian Jewry
during World War II.
Appendices contain repro-
ductions of important docu-
Tents—a letter from Eichmann
to Klingenfuss regarding the
deportation of Hungarian Jews,
Eichmann's letter to _ Rade-
macher regarding deportation
of Western Jews, notes from
Eichmann to - Gunther and the
German Foreign Office expos-
ing his attitudes and a tele-
gram revealing his plans for
Hungarian Jewry's extermina-
tion.
The losses sustained by
Hungarian Jewry are shown
in a statistical table, indicat-
ing that of the 825,00'7 Hun-
garian Jews in 1941, 569,50'7
perished at the hands of the
Nazis. Another table shows
how the Jews were concen-
trated in the major Hun-
- garian ghettos prior to their
destruction.
The catastrophic period • for
Hungarian Jewry is depicted
briefly but effectively by
Braham, whose work assumes
special significance through the
e x t ended bibliography that
points to the vast amount of
available periodical and other
literature about Eichmann's in-
volvement in the Nazi crimes.

`Little' Eichmann
on Trial in Munich

American Jewish Committee Elects
Attorney Louis Caplan President

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

Otto Bradfisch, 58, onetime
Nazi officer and now a lawyer,
goes into court in Munich,
Germany, where he is accused
in the deaths of 19,037 Jews
during World War II. - Brad-
fisch takes the same way out
Eichmann takes in Jerusalem,
that he was following orders
from superiors. Said he, "Hit-
ler was a superman . . . his
orders were law" but he "left
us holding the bag."

NEW YORK—Louis Caplan,
Pittsburgh attorney, chairman
of the executive board of the
American Jewish Committee,
has assumed the presidency of
that organization, it was an-
nounced Tuesday, succeeding
the late Frederick F. Green-
man. He became the eleventh
president of the organization
which was founded in 1906.
Greenman, who was elected
to the presidency in April, died
in New York last month after
a brief illness.
Caplan was one of the found-
ers of the Pittsburgh chapter of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee and has served the - organiza-
tion nationally as vice president,
chairman of its community af-
fairs and budget evaluations
committee, and as chairman of
its executive board. He was
founder- and first president of
the United Jewish Fund of
Pittsburgh • and" was the first
president of the United Jew-
ish Federation. He is a former
president of the Allegheny
County Bar Association.
Caplan served in the U.S.
Army in World War I and was
a member of the Alien Enemy

Hearing Board for Western
Pennsylvania in World War IL
The Louis Caplan Human Rela-
tions Award was established in
his honor by the Pittsburgh AJC
chapter.

1961 11 Slur 'ABP

Eichrnann's Role in Hungarian
_Jews' Plight Told in Brochure

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ere All

Of all the freedoms
ent in our
American way of lif
d guaranteed to
us by our Const
on—surely freedom
of religion is
most basic. Yet had it
not been
onas Philli s—a Je
humble
n —this Const . ution
antee
religious freedo • mig
s perfect than it ..
been
J as Phillips came t this country a
an
dentured servan a young
w had bartered his ree labor o
pe d of years for a rth in the ho
'grant ship bo nd fo
an
Fro
e ad worked
out his indenture, he made his way to
Albany, New York, where he married,
established himself in business, and even-
tually became the father of twenty-one
children. Then, as patriotic fervor gripped
the thirteen colonies, he moved to Phila-
delphia and cast his lot with the cause of

dual Footing"

American Independence. Thou
three years old, an
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hiladelp
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of all:

efore, if the honorable Convention
shall in their Wisdom think fit and alter
said oath . . . then the Israelites will
think themselves happy to live under a
government where all religious societies,
are on an Equal footing."

Jonas Phillips spoke well. The delegates
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had suggested. In our most revered docu-
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guaranteed!

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