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October 16, 1987 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-16

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New York (JTA) — Nazi-
hunter Simon Wiesenthal
has denied press allegations
that he withheld information
regarding Austrian President
Kurt Waldheim's wartime ac-
tivities. The matter was
raised after an Italian
newspaper, L'Epoca, publish-
ed a handwritten letter to
Wiesenthal from British
historian Gerald Fleming.
The note alluded to
documents about Waldheim's
involvement in interrogating
British POWs who were later
handed over to the SS and
executed.
According to the news re-
ports, Fleming, a member of
an international commission
of historians probing
Waldheim's past, asked
Wiesenthal not to publish the
documents. Wiesenthal said
Fleming's request came dur-
ing a wave of anti-Semitism
in Austria during its 1986
presidential elections. Anti-
Jewish sentiments had been
sparked by the World Jewish
Congress' exposure of
Waldheim's past.
Fleming, said Wiesenthal,
thought the documents
should be published by non-
Jewish sources.
Wiesenthal has previously
been criticized for maintain-
ing that Waldheim, an in-
telligence officer in the Ger-
man army occupying the
Balkans during World War II,
must have known about
atrocities but had no power to
order them stopped. At his
press conference last week in
Vienna, Wiesenthal describ-
ed Waldheim as "a burden for
Austria" and urged that he
resign, even if it is determin-
ed he knew about Nazi
atrocities but did not par-
ticipate in them.

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