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German Rejects
Calls To Resign

Bonn (JTA) — The justice
minister of the German state
of Brandenberg has rejected
opposition calls to resign
over his covering up an ar-
son attack at the site of the
Ravensbruck concentration
camp.
Hans Otto Braeutigam
said last week that his
department had displayed
"lack of sensibility" but had
not "failed morally" when it
did not publicize last mon-
th's arson at the former wo-
men's camp in eastern Ger-
many, near Berlin.
The attack, which caused
minor damage, coincided
with a visit to Germany of
Queen Elizabeth of Britain.
It is assumed that Mr.
Braeutigam's silence had to
do with the monarch's visit.
The ministry acknowledged
the attack had occurred only
after it was reported in the
media.
The Jewish community in
Germany has termed Mr.
Braeutigam's silence an at-
tempt at a cover-up, and the
head of the community has
called for police protection of
all World War II memorials.
Ignaz Bubis said govern-
ment action was needed in
the wake of several desecra-
tions of former concentration
camps, including the
cemetery at Dachau, the ar-
son at Ravensbruck and the
torching of a barracks and
Jewish museum at
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Aside from this incident,
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