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March 20, 1964 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-20

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
fice as a liaison officer with
to The Jewish News)
FRANKFURT — Officials an- the Hungarian government dur-
nounced Wednesday that two ing the war. 4:
former aides to Adolf Eich-
mann, Hermann Krumey and Former SS Officer Defendent
Otto Hunsche, will go on trial at Trial for Murder of 3,197
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
here April 27, charged with
to The Jewish News)
complicity in the wartime mur-
COLOGNE — Werner Schno-
ders of thousands of Hungarian nemann, 52, a former SS offi-
Jews.
cer, went on trial here Tuesday
In 1944. the Nazis rounded up on charges of responsibility in
more than 400,000 Jews in Hun- the shooting of a least 3,197
garian ghettos and transported Jewish men, women and chil-
most of them to the Auschwitz dren, as well as Soviet war
murder camp, where they were prisoners in Poland and Bye-
killed. Eichmann, who planned lorussia in 1941.
He also faced a second
and directed the roundup, was
tried, convicted and hanged in charge of assisting in the shoot-
mg of another 800 Jews. He
Israel.
Krume,7, a former SS lieu- was said to have been in charge
tenant colonel, was Eichmann's of mixed Gestapo and police
deputy in Hungary. Hunsche, a Isquads used for mass shootings
former SS captain, worked in i the wake of the advancing
the German chief security of-i German armies.
I He was charged with forcing
I his victims to assemble in
front of prepared graves and
l watch the killings of their
i
companions.

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!Woman Tells How Daughter
Almost Shot by Nazi Squad

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

BRUNSWICK — A Jewish
woman heard h e r weeping
I mother describe at a Nazi mass
murder trial Tuesday how the
child was almost lost to a Nazi
execution squad in 1941 in oc-
cupied Pinsk.
Mrs. Malio Schenber, 52 testi-
fied at the trial of five former
Nazi cavalry officers accused
of directing the massacre in the
Russian city of 5,200 Jews dur-
ing the war.
Mrs. Schenberg testified
that her father, brother and
husband all were killed in
the first shootings. She said
her daughter, now • 28 had
I been wearing trousers when

the Nazis rounded up all men
he said, to blackmail wealthy
and boys for execution.
American Jews who would
"She was almost taken away gladly pay to keep their Eu-
to be shot," the mother testi- ropean Jews out of the gas
fied, "but then I showed the chambers. The Madagascar
soldier she was a girl and they plan was never realized due
to Hitler's insistence that the
left me my child."
Aron Czyfman told the court Jews be exterminated.
that he threw himself into a
He said that some of the
mass grave as the execution 200,000 persons who perished
squad fired mass volleys at the at the hands of German physi-
Jews. He said he lay under cians associated with the "eu-
dead victims for three hours
before he dared to crawl out
and escape.
He said he was hidden by
friends until the end of the war.

Dr. Hans Hefelman, still testi-
fying at the Limburg war
crimes trial, said many leading
Nazis believed the World War
II allies would stop bombing
German cities if they knew the
cities contained Jewish hos-
tages.
Hefelmann, a former Hitler
coworker, who once headed the
"mercy killing" section in the
chancellory, said some of his
colleagues drew up a plan to
resettle Jews in ghettos within
the Reich in hopes the Allies
would then cease their air at-
tacks on civilian and industrial
centers.
The plan was dropped, Hefel-
mann added, when he and his
chancellory colleagues worked
out another plan to settle mil-
lions of Jews from Nazi-occu-
pied Europe on Madagascar in
the Indian Ocean.
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* * *

Mrs. Meir Warns
Nasser Remains
Threat to Peace

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM. — Mrs. Golda
Meir, Israel's foreign minister,
told Parliament Tuesday that
the reiteration by President
Nasser of Egypt of aggressive
intentions against Israel should
dispel the delusion current
among some foreign statesmen
that the Egyptian dictator was
becoming more moderate. She
said Israel must guard also
against the spread "of such il-
lusions among ourselves."
Reviewing United States-
Israel relations, she expressed
confidence that President John-
son would continue the policy
of the late President Kennedy
of support for Israel's security.
She praised President Johnson's
proposal for cooperation in the
field of using nuclear energy for
water desalination.
She stressed the wide under-
standing she said she had found
for Israel during her recent
visits to European capitals and
cited the need for extending
ties with African, Latin-Ameri-
can and other areas. She also
called on the West German
government to act on the prob-
lem of West German scientists
and technicians working on ad-
vanced weapons systems in

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3 —THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, March 20,

Two Ex-fiehmann Aides 'Will lie Tried for Murders

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