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Friday, July 26, 1985 11

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Ousted Nazi
Gets Support

An ongoing, though discreet ef-
fort is underway in Washington
where former colleagues of NASA
scientist Arthur Rudolph are
working to convince the right
people in the right place to allow
his return to the U.S. Rudolph
was forced to leave the country
last year to avoid prosecution for
his participation in brutalizing
slave laborers at a Nazi rocket
factory in World War II.
Rudolph's past activities are
noteworthy. He was head of the
production of V-2 rockets in a fac-
tory attached to the Dora-
Nordhausen concentration camp
where a third to one half of the
60,000 prisoners died because of
inhumane working conditions.
But Rudolph later came to the
U.S. as part of a group of rocket
specialists and eventually headed
the Saturn V rocket program
Regardless of his past work for
NASA, where he received its
highest awards, the efforts by his
colleagues are indeed troubling. It
becomes especially disturbing in
view of the rehabiliation efforts
and the channels through which
his colleagues have made their
voices heard. One channel is said
to be the White House Communi-
cations Office, where some
suggest Rudolph supporters may
have an ally.
That office is run by Patrick
Buchanan, an increasingly pow-
erful figure in the Reagan White
House and past opponent of the
Justice Department's Office of

It becomes especially
disturbing in view of
the rehabilitation
efforts and the
channels through
which his colleagues
have made their
voices heard.

Special Investigations, (OSI), the
unit responsible with forcing
Rudolph to depart the U.S. Prior
to joining the White House,
Buchanan, as a syndicated col-
umnist, wrote that he found no
"singularity" about the Holocaust
that would justify maintaining
the OSI unit.
Buchanan also denounced the
OSI, before he joined the Reagan
White House, for accepting
Soviet-supplied evidence in pro-
ceedings against accused Nazi
war criminals. He told Allan
Ryan, a former OSI director, in a
1982 television interview that
"you've got• a great atrocity that
occurred 35-45 years ago, okay?
Why continue to invest ... put
millions of dollars into investigat-
ing that?
Buchanan's hostility toward
the OSI and his view that it
should be abolished has never
been repudiated nor has he in any
way since joining the White
House staff enunciated his sup-
port for the President's policy of
supporting the work of the OSI.

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