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May 04, 1990 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-04

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Report: France Deported
Jewish Kids In WWII

Paris (JTA) - An incident
in which Vichy, France
police officials during World
War II deported Jewish chil-
dren above and beyond Nazi
requests was reported last
weekend by the French news
magazine L'Express.
Although the episode,
which resulted in the deaths
of thousands, was one of the
most repugnant examples of
Nazi collaboration by Fren-
chmen during the war, not
one of the officials has been
brought to justice, the mass-
circulation news weekly re-
ported.
It began when French
police arrested 3,500 Jewish
children in July 1942 on
orders of the Vichy govern-
ment.
The Nazis had asked only
for the detention of adults
over 16. But the Vichy police
also rounded up children
under 16, and as young as 6
months.
The children were confined
with their mothers in two
concentration camps that
were built and run by the
French inside France, while
Vichy waited for further in-
structions from the Ger-
mans, L'Express reported.
Louis Darquier de
Pellepoix, at the time in
charge of Jewish affairs in
Vichy, suggested that the
children be placed in special
homes in France. But Police
Chief Jean Leguay and his
immediate superior, Rene
Bosquet, urged the Germans
to take them as deportees.
While waiting for the
Gestapo to decide, the two
French police officials hand-
ed over the children's
mothers to be deported.

The youngsters were left
practically unattended while
Berlin took its time. Two
weeks later, on July 31, the
Gestapo acceded to the Fren-
ch request.
The children were placed
on special trains to
Auschwitz. Fewer than a
dozen are known to have
survived.

According to the report,
Leguay was the police offi-
cial who initially urged the
Gestapo to deport the chil-
dren. He was never tried for
war crimes and died an old
man at his home in Paris
last year.
Bosquet, who is still alive,
served post-war French
governments for 24 years
before retiring to go into
business. He held top exec-
utive posts at several major
corporations.

Although several com-
plaints have been filed
against him for wartime col-
laboration, the attorney
general's office still has not
completed its investigation
nearly 50 years after the
events, L'Express said. The
magazine stressed that no
Frenchman has ever been
indicted, much less tried for
collaboration with the Nazis.
Although much was made
of the life sentence imposed
on the former Lyon Gestapo
chief Klaus Barbie in 1988
for crimes against human-
ity, Barbie was, after all, a
German, L'Express pointed
out.
France simply does not
want to open the closet in
which so many of its own
skeletons hang, the news
weekly concluded.

Israelis Being Tried
For California Murders

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two
Israeli nationals whose
extradition is barred by law
will be tried in Israel for
crimes they allegedly com-
mitted in the United States.
Yair Orr, 30, and Nadav
Nakan, 33, both Israel
Defense Force combat veter-
ans, were recently indicted
in Tel Aviv District Court on
charges of murder and con-
spiracy to commit murder.
They are accused of
murdering a couple in Santa
Barbara, Calif., on Oct. 5,
1987.
The prosecution will pre-
sent 18 witnesses from the
United States. They will be

accompanied by Santa Bar-
bara Chief Prosecutor Tom
Sneddon, who was in Israel
last week helping the local
prosecution prepare the
case.

According to the indict-
ment, Orr, who was
unemployed at the time, and
a friend, Charles Le Gros,
with whom he lived, con-
spired to murder Le Gros' in-
laws, Carmen and Jack
Hively, for an unspecified
amount of money.
Nakan is alleged to have
joined the conspiracy in
June 1987, when he arrived
in California.

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