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April 19, 1985 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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Friday, April 19, 1985

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Muddled Itinerary

the past week, were not linked
to one another.
"Whether he goes to
Dachau or not is for him to de-
cide," Wiesel said, adding that
it represents more than the
"Jewish tragedy" of the
Holocaust since many persons
killed at Dachau were of var-
ious faiths and nationalities.
Jewish groups were angered
by a Reagan statement at a
press conference March 21
that he had rejected a proposal
to visit the site of the Dachau
concentration camp because
he wants to mark the 40th an-
niversary of the end of World
War II as a reconciliation of
former enemies and not "re-
awakening the memories" of
the war. Criticism grew
sharper with veteran groups
joining in late last week when
it was announced the
President would lay a wreath

at the German military
cemetery.
The White House an-
nounced Monday that Reagan
had sent Deputy Chief of Staff
Michael Deaver and William
Henkel, Presidential trip
planner, back to Germany to
inspect sites that could be
added to the President's
itinerary. At the same time it
was stressed that the
President intends to go
through with his visit to the
cemetery and had received a
letter from West German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl urg-
ing him to do so.
Secretary of State George
Shultz defended the
President's objectives in his
trip to Germany as a means
not to forget the Holocaust but
to demonstrate that the
United States believes that
the values and government

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