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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-08

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34 Friday, July 8, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Says Jewish Soldier Was Army's First Execution Choice

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Army chaplain Rabbi
David Max Eichhom, testi-
fied recently that a Jewish
soldier, instead of Pvt.
Eddie Slovik, had been orig-
inally chosen to be exe-
cuted for desertion at the
Battle of the Bulge.

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The revelation was made
by Rabbi Eichhorn in testi-
mony before the Army
Board for the Correction of
Military Records at a hear-
ing in the Pentagon, which
will determine whether to
grant Slovik's widow pay-
ment of her husband's Na-
tional Serivce Life \ Insur-
ance policy.
Rabbi Eichhorn, who was

chaplain with the Seventh
Army in France, testified
that the general staff or-.
dered a cautionary execu-
tion after the 1945 battle
which produced a rash of
desertions.

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Events

By RHODA ZAHAVIE ,
SHAMES

Longings of my heart-rove in
Mizrach,
But my body lies West, in
Spain enchained! _
So how can life be sweet,
docile,
That I be content and not
complain?

Shall I my heart's dictates
follow,
Go East -though my body
lies West!
To find the long sought for
Zion -Reap!
Sc; that my wandering soul at
length be at rest.

Though my body is 'binded
in "Edom,"
It's Zion, Zion, sighs my
breath.
Yes, I am in Spain en-
chained,
By the "Moors," who desire
my death!

So cheap it appears to me, is
Spain
With her flavors, tinkle and
lust.
Ah, precious indeed to my
heart,/ -
The breeze that bears from
the destructed
"HEICHOL," the dust!

"I was assigned to com-
fort a Jewish soldier who I
was told had been ordered
to be shot," Rabbi Eich-

There are 240 photos in
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They form the quiz and the
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the pictures.

Baseball and the many
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Golf, basketball, football,
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The challenge is to in-
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That's the quiz. The an-
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photos, which were taken
from 1900 to 1970, are on 14
pages at the back of the
book. The tests are real and
fascinating.

Rabbi Eichhorn said he
never met the man. When
he got, to the rear, he was
informed that the execution
of the Jewish soldier had
been cancelled and that an-
other soldier was to die in-
stead.

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Those who recall and
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