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September 16, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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40 Friday, September 16, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ban Upheld on Recordings of Nazi Ideological Material

German-Arab Trade Declines

BONN (JTA) — A
Muenster court has reaf-
firmed the ban on record-
ings of the Nazi era which a
Dusseldorf firm sought to
have lifted.

BONN '(JTA) — West
Germany's trade with Arab
countries declined substan-
tially during the first six
months of this year, with
some political ramifica-
tions.
The Ministry for Econom-
ics reported that imports
from Arab countries
amounted to 9.3 billion
marks in the six-month
period, down by 34.2 per-
cent while exports
amounted to 14.3 billion

The recordings, produced
by a Lichtenstein-based
company, were marketed in
Germany by the firm as sci-
entific documentaries. The
court ruled they were noth-

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ing but propaganda for the
Nazi ideology.
Meanwhile, various labor
and youth organizations
and the Jewish community
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Arndt-Heinz Marx, of
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of the banned Werk-
sportsgruppe Hoffman, a
violence-prone neo-Nazi
groups that mas-
quaraded as a sports
club. He participated in a
military training pro-
gram by the Palestine
Liberation Organization
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