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November 29, 1963 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-29

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did not know what happened to
the Franks and that he did not
know then of the existence of
the extermination camps for the
Jews.

(Justice officials in Amster-
dam ordered a new investiga-
tion against the Amsterdam
Warehouse worker who in 1944
betrayed the hidden Anne Frank
family to the German security
police.)

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VIENNA, (JTA) — The sus-
pended Vienna police officer
who arrested Anne Frank, Karl
Silberhauer, was not a minor
Nazi functionary, but chief of
the Gestapo department in Hol-
land during the occupation.
Officials said he had been in
charge of "tracing enemies of
the Reich," a designation cover-
ing Jews and Allied pilots para-
chuting into Holland. According
to trustworthy sources, he em
ployed 30 Dutch police spies
in his work.
Silberhauer said that the man
who betrayed the Anne Frank
family was a Dutch storekeeper
in the warehouse where the
eight members of the family
had hidden for two years. The
only entrance was a revolving
sidedoor. Silberhauer said he
remembered Anne as "a good-
looking girl" and that her father
had placed marks on the door
panel to indicate how quickly
Anne had grown during the two
years.
The former Gestapo official
said that the arrest took place
on a hot August day and that
the Franks displayed no resist-
ance when they were arrested
and taken to a Dutch jail in
Herzogenbusch. He also said he

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Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
(Copyright, 1963,
WASHINGTON — The West

German Embassy has failed to
offer any explanation for com-
ments made in Cairo earlier
this month by West Berlin Willy
Brandt who, in effect, supported
Nasser's war preparations
against Israel.

Mayor Brandt justified the
continued presence of German
rocket scientists — mainly ex-
Nazis—in the United Arab Re-
public. He also condemned the
United States Congress for
placing restrictions on Ameri-
can aid to Nasser. The restric-
tions imposed by Congress
hinged on Nasser's aggressive
military build-up.
The German Embassy, asked
to clarify and verify the reports
conveying the Mayor's state-
ments, remained silent.
In defense of the continued
work of West German rocket
experts and other technicians
in Egypt, Mayor Brandt told
the Egyptians: "I have found
nothing in your country that
calls for taking such a decision
(as removal of the scientists),
since you are working for eco-
nomic, scientific, and cultural
development. The German scien-
tists are participating with you
in this field."
Speaking at the time the Ber-
lin Mayor was in Cairo, Egyp-
tian Field Marshal Abden Ha-
kim Amir made clear in a
public address what kind of de-
velopment the Germans were
perfecting. The military leader
said "you have manufactured
rockets, jet fighting planes . . .
making scientific and technical
progress . .. we did not forget
that our original enemy was Is-
rael."
National Commander Daniel
Neal Heller of the Jewish War
Veterans said he was "shocked
that an avowed anti-Nazi, Mayor
Brandt . . . is anxious to see
American dollars flow to Cairo
to help Nasser pay for Soviet
jet bombers and ex-Nazi rocket
technicians."

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social work by Jewish Com-
munity Centers and YM-
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tion of Jewish Center Workers
and the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board.

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