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March 31, 1989 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-31

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Book Angers
German Jews

Bonn (JTA) — The head of
West Germany's Jewish com-
munity has accused a major
publishing house of deception
in its roundabout decision to
publish a book by an
outspoken neo-Nazi.
The work in question is a
paperback edition of / Was At
It, an autobiography written
several years ago by Franz
Schoenhuber, who boastfully
writes about his service in the
SS.
Ullstein Verlag, Berlin-
based publishing house that
was once owned by Jews,
agreed not to publish
Schoenhuber's book after the
Jewish community and
others protested.
But the publishers an-
nounced last week that the
book will be published as
planned by the Munich-based
Herbig Verlag, which is part
of the Ullstein group.
Heinz Galinski, chairman
of the Central Council of Jews
in West Germany, charged
the publisher with reneging
on its commitment.
Schoenhuber, now a rising
star on the extreme right-
wing of German politics,
maintains in his book that
there was nothing immoral or
illegal about the activities of
his SS unit during the war.
When it was first published
in hard-cover, the book
created a scandal which forc-
ed Schoenhuber to resign
from a top editing job at the
state-owned Bayerischer
Rundfung television and
radio station.

Pollard Parents
Touring Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Morris and
Molly Pollard, parents of con-
victed U.S. spy Jonathan
Pollard, recently arrived in
Israel for a two-week visit.
The Pollards said they
wanted to thank the many
Israelis who had offered sup-
port for their son, a former
U.S. naval analyst who was
sentenced to life in prison for
spying on behalf of Israel.
Morris Pollard said he also
wanted to tour the country,
having last been here 19
years ago.
He said he and his wife
visited their son in prison
every month and spoke to
him by phone in his solitary-
confinement cell twice a
week.
"When we told him we were
about to visit Israel, he told
us he wished he could come
with us," Pollard said.

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