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May 11, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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Friday, May 11, 1984

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Nuremberg Trial documents
uncovered in NY basement

Albany, N.Y. (JTA) — A
total of 144 crates of docu-
ments from the Nuremberg
Tribunals on Nazi war crim-
inals, which had been
gathering dust since the
late 1940s in the basement
of the State Cultural Educa-
tion Center here, was re-
cently discovered.
Preliminary investiga-
tions have established that
the documents are one of
some 20 mimeographed sets
now houses in libraries,
documentation centers and
universities in the United
States and Europe, accord-
ing to Martin Sullivan, the
State Education Depart-
ment's assistant commis-
sioner for State Museum
Science and Historical Serv-
ices.
The documents here con-
sist of 12 trial manuscripts
of major war criminals.
Included are minutes
books, official court files,
order and judgement books,
clemency petitions, pros-

Dallas (JTA) — The nag-
ging issue of Rev. Jesse
Jackson's refusal to re-
pudiate the support of Black
Muslim leader Louis Far-
rakhan continued to bedevil
the debates between the
three Democratic
Presidential aspirants last
week.
In the latest round, na-
tionally televised from
Grapevine, Tex., former
Vice President Walter
Mondale and Sen. Gary
Hart of Colorado took
Jackson sharply to task for
his equivocal position on
Farrakhan who threatened
the life of black reporter
Milton Coleman for reveal-
ing anti-Semitic remarks by
Jackson and who, on an-
other occasion, referred to
Hitler as a "great man."
Jackson retorted, as he
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preserve and utilize the
documents.

The presence of the mate-
rial in the basement of the
cultural education center
for the past 40 years re-
mains somewhat of a mys-
tery. One theory is that one
of the Nuremberg trial
jurists was from Albany and
had the crates shipped to
the education center for
safe-keeping and future
reference. Recently, in an
effort to clear up the clutter
of stored material in the
basement, the crates were
discovered and opened by a
custodial worker who re-
ported its contents.

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tions, that it was sufficient
for him to "disassociate"
himself from Farrakhan's
remarks, but that he would
not personally "repudiate"
Farrakhan who heads a
Black Muslim sect known
as the Nation of Islam.

Jackson referred to New
Testament scriptural
sources to justify his posi-
tion.
Last week, Jackson re-
jected as a "political diver-
sion" a request by the U.S.
Civil Rights Commission to
repudiate Farrakhan.

The request came after
President Reagan issued a
letter, also at the commis-
sion's behest, disassociating
himself from the Ku Klux
Klan and declaring that it
and other hate groups have
no place in American politi-
cal life.

Centenary of Truman birth
recognized by Jewish state

New York (JTA) —
Yehuda Blum, Israel's am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions, represented Israel
Monday at the ceremony
marking the 100th anniver-
sary of birth of President
Harry Truman. The cere-
mony, attended by foreign
diplomats and U.S. officials
was held at Leawood, Kan-
sas.
Blum read greetings from
Prime Minister Yitzhak

Shamir who noted that Is-
rael celebrated its 36th an-
niversary this week when
the 100th birthday of Tru-
man, the 33rd president of
the U.S. is celebrated.
"For us in Israel these two
events are inevitably
linked, for Harry Truman
was the first world leader to
grant recognition to the
newly born Jewish state on
May 14, 1948," Shamir's
message said.

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