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Bormann / South American Germans #18787

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 01, 1972
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(Studio) Israeli war crimes expert who helped track down Eichmann, Tubia Friedman, says rumors false that Hitler aide Martin Bormann alive and living in South America. But many Germans live in South America.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Argentina) Resort town in Andes inhabited by Germans. Similar enclaves of Germans elsewhere in Chilean Andes. Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru backlands also have some. Many Germans live in Buenos Aires. In World War II, Argentina Pro-German. German ship, Graf Spee, sunk there. Some crew members stayed in Argentina. May be some Nazis here, but not likely.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Reporter(s):
Murphy, Charles;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:03:00

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