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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-17

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December 17, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Memorial to Victims of Nazis
Stirs W. German Controversy

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BONN (JTA) — A fierce
controversy has broken
out in the German city of
Paderborn (North Rhine
Westphalia) about a
plaque recalling the
deaths of about 2,000
people in a nearby Nazi
concentration camp from
1941-43.
The camp inmates were
engaged in renovating an
adjacent 800-year-old
castle, the
"Wewelsburg," for use as
an SS center and as a re-
sidence of Heinrich Him-
mler. Many were hanged,
shot or tortured to death.
From 1964 to 1973 a
memorial plaque pro-
vided by the "Association
of Victims of the Nazi Re-
gime" was placed in the
inner courtyard of the
castle, commemorating
"victims of the Hitler dic-
tatorship in the
Wewelsburg concentra-
tion camp."
In 1973, the local au-
thorities controlled by
Germany's conservative
opposition Christian
Democrat Party (CDU),
removed the tablet on the
grounds that it was "his-
torically inaccurate," the
prisoners having died not
in the castle but in the now
demolished camp below.
' Observers believe,
however, that the real
reason was that
Wewelsburg had been
converted into a youth
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museum. The CDU, they
speculate, did not want
local and overseas
visitors to be reminded of
the killings.
In October the CDU
local council rejected a
call by the Social Demo-
cratic Party, which rules
in Bonn with the Liberal
Party, for the plaque to be
reinstated.
Last month the SPD
again presented a resolu-
tion calling for a memo-
rial plaque.
Meanwhile, Israelis are
concerned about the re-
surgence of neo-Nazism in
West Germany and are
critical of German Jews
and the West German
Zionist Federation for al-
leged apathy in face of the
threat.
MK Hillel Seidel of the
Independent Liberal
Party, a survivor of the
Holocaust, denounced the
indifference of German
Jews to the revival of the
Nazi government.
He cited last week's in-
cident in Munich where
anti-Nazi activist Serge
Klarsfeld was beaten up
at a Nazi rally and he and
his wife Beate were forci-
bly ejected.
No German Jews took
part in the Klarsfeld's
anti-Nazi demonstration
and none came to their
aid, Seidel said.
Meanwhile, supporters
of the Public Committee
to Fight Nazi Criminals,
headed by the Klarsfelds,
have cabled World Jewish
Congress President
Nahum Goldmann to
intervene with West
German authorities.
They want him to urge
action against meetings
of the neo-Nazi parties in
Germany and reunions of
former members of the SS
and other Nazi groups.

Jewish- Mayors
Elected in Ontario

TORONTO (JTA) —
Jewish mayors were
elected in several major
Canadian cities in the
municipal elections this
month in the province of
Ontario. -
Lorrie Greenberg was
elected mayor of Ottawa,
Canada's capital, by an
overwhelming vote of 84
percent. In North York; a
borough of more than
400,000 residents within
Metropolitan Toronto,
Mel Lastman was re-
elected mayor. • He polled
80,000 votes to his oppo-
nent's 20,000.
Philip White was re-
elected mayor of York
Borough. In Mississauga,
a large suburb west of To-
ronto, Dr. Martin Dobkin
failed to win re-election.
The city of Kitchener
now also has a Jewish
mayor, Morley Rosenberg.
Numerous Jewish al-
dermen, school trustees
and some controllers
were also elected in the
Toronto area and
elsewhere in Ontario.

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