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June 14, 1985 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

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New York (JTA) - The West
German government has been
charged with engaging in what
the World Jewish Congress (WJC)
said is a deliberate campaign
aimed at restricting entry into the
Federal Republic of alleged Nazi
war criminals deported from the
United States.
The WJC revealed that a letter
written in 1984 by the West Ger-
man Consul General in -Washing-
ton, Elfriede Kruger, to the Jus-
tice Department, confirms West
Germany's refusal to accept any
deportees that are not of German
nationality. The letter is included
in court documents filed in con-
nection with the case of accused
Nazi war criminal Karl Linnas.
The majority of alleged war
criminals currently under inves-
tigation by the Justice- Depart-
ment's Office of Special Investiga-
tions are East Europeans who col-
laborated with the Nazis, and a
West German policy of restricting
acceptance,of deportees from the
United States would presumably
prevent these war criminals from
being sent there and tried for
their war crimes under West
German law.
Kalman Sultanik, WJC vice
president, called the West Ger-
man policy of limiting its ac-
ceptance of Nazi deportees as an
"unpardonable violation of its
moral and legal obligations to as-
sist in efforts to bring Nazi war
criminals to justice." The deci-
sion, he asserted, "makes a moc-
kery of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's
insistence that his nation cannot
and does not wish to evade 're-
sponsibility for the past.' "

French TV
Nixes Film

Paris (JTA) - The state-
controlled television last week
decided against screening a TV
film which charges the war-time
French Communist Party with
betraying a Jewish resistance
group.
The film, Retired Terrorists,
retraces the story of "the Man-
ouchian group," a network of
anti-Nazi resistance fighters.
Nazi-hunter Serge Klarsfeld ac-
cused the Television Authority
of having "given in to Corn-
munist Party pressures and to
the (Communist) party's refusal
to search into its past."
The wartime resistance group,
led by an Armenian, Missak
• Manouchian, consisted of 21
other refugees, mainly East
European Jews. All were exe-
cuted by a German firing squad
in February 1944. The group,
affiliated with the French
Communist underground, had
carried 120 armed actions which
included sabotaging German
troop trains and killing indi-
vidual Nazis.
Countless historians have
sought to find out who betrayed
the group. According to Com-
munist researchers, it was a cer-
tain Joseph Davidowitcz, a
former member of the group,
who betrayed his comrades
under torture. Davidowitcz was
later executed by another resis-
tance group.

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