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January 28, 1966 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-28

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President of Europe Parliament Charged With Nazism in War

STRASBOURG (JTA) — "Indig-
nation" over the nomination of
Belgian Senator Victor Leemans
as president of the European Par-
nament, and a demand that he
step down and resign from the
Parliament on charges of Nazism,
was made here at a meeting held
by L'Union de Resistance Pour
L'Europe Uni, an association to
which all World War II resistance
movements belong.
The meeting condemned Lee-
mans as one who was active in
Nazism and "faithful" to that
ideology for 15 years before World
War II. Jean Fosty, a former Free
French officer and now an intelli-
gence officer for the Belgian gov-
ernment, denounced Leemans as
"a champion of political and eco-
nomic collaboration" with t h e
Nazis.
Meanwhile, two former SS offi-
cers were sentenced by a Munich
court to prison terms for partici-
pation in the murder of more than

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600 Jews in the Soviet Union dur-
ing the war.
Albert Rendorfer, 55, was con-
victed on charges of complicity in
the killing of 446 men, women and
children in the Minsk area in 1942
and 1943. He was sentenced to five
years at hard labor.
Wilhelm Dadischek, 52, was
convicted of complicity in the
murder of 160 Jews and senten-
ced to three years and eight
months hard labor. The defen-
dants admitted their roles in the
killings but said they had done
so on orders. The Munich court
held they were completely re-
sponsible because neither had
made any effort to disobey the
orders.
Rendorfer, according to State
Prosecutor Karl Bog "fulfilled"
orders to carry out "Ghetto Action
Lenin," which involved the shoot-
ing and hanging of Jews in Han-
cewicze, near Minsk, and the liqui-
dation of Jewish men, women and
children in the ghetto of Poho-
stzkhorod ki, in the Lohoczym dis-
trict. His Jewish victims totaled
580. Bog asked that he be given
six years' imprisonment at hard
labor. Against the second defen-
dant. Wilhelm Dadischek, who was
convicted of murdering 210 Jews,
the prosecutor asked a lighter sen-
tence of 10 months.
A total of 1,700 persons have
been tried for war crimes in the
Province of Rhineland-Pfalz since
the end of the war, according to a
tabulation made today by the Min-
istry of Justice of that West Ger-
man state.
The figures showed that, of the
total, 470 were convicted and sen-
tenced, three of the men receiving
life sentences at hard labor. Pro-
ceedings are now underway, the
Rhineland-Pfalz ministry said,
against 75 defendants involved in
56 cases.
In Hamburg, two former Ger-
man policemen who were eye-
witnesses to the operations of a
special SS wartime unit in Mog-
ilew in occupied Russia testified
that Adolf Harnischmacher, a
former high ranking SS officer,
personally participated in mass
killings of Jews.
Georg Koberowski, one of the
former policemen, testified that
Harnischmacher not only took part
in the mass shootings but also in-
stigated them. The witness told the
court that the former SS officer
"gave orders to the firing squad
and also used a machinegun him-
self."
He testified also that "at each
execution of 200 to 300 Jews, Harn-
ischmacher wore a coat to protect

his uniform from the blood of his
victims. He used to carry a whip
at all times, with which he beat
the Jews before they were shot."
Karl Kaettner of Berlin, the
other former policeman, gave cor-
roborating evidence. The two wit-
nesses had been ordered in 1942
to assist Harischmacher's Unit 8
in Mogilew.
In Salzburg, Austria, the trial
opened here Monday of two Po-
lish brothers accused in the war-
time mass murder of 12,000 Jews
in the Nazi occupied Polish town
of Stanislaw.
Wilhelm Mauer, 48, and Johann
Mauer, 52, both of Lvov, were ac-
cused of taking part in executions
and committing individual mur-
ders on Oct. 12, 1941, when SS
troops and Ukrainian auxiliaries
occupied the Stanislaw Ghetto and
rounded up 20,000 Jews.
They marched 12,000 of the Jews
to a spot where they were sys-
tematically killed by machinegun
fire. The Nazis later imposed a
heavy fine on the Stanislaw Jewish
Council to pay for the "ammuni-
tion for the executions."
The brothers were held in pre-
trial detention for nearly four
years while the prosecution took
testimony from 200 survivors for
the trial. A jury of five men and
two women is hearing the case.
Earlier, the Dutch government
requested West Germany to ex-
tradite Dr. Hans Fischboek, the
Nazi director-general of finance
and economy in Holland during
World World II. He is accused of
having plundered Jewish proper-
ties in the Netherlands during
the war and of having organized
the deportation of Dutch Jews to
concentration camps. Dr. Fisch-
boek, now 70, was traced to Es-
sen, Germany.
Meanwhile the Dutch Ministry of
Justice announced that it will fur-
nish to West Germany evidence
against three Nazis arrested in
Munich, charged with complicity
in the deportation of 100,000 Dutch
Jews to death camps.
The men are former SS General
Wilhelm Harster, accused of com-

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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