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Mengele Reward #265545

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 10, 1979
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(Studio) Reward posted for capture of Nazi war criminal, Dr. Josef Mengele, reported offered by Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal, head of Vienna-based Jewish Documentation Center; details given. Paraguay said issuing warrant for Mengele's arrest.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) Background on Mengele, "Angel of Death" at Auschwitz, given; Paraguay's revocation of his citizenship yesterday reported Chgs. against Mengele outlined; photos shown. Mengele's life in Paraguay, under protection of dictator president Alfredo Stroessner examined; specific towns named. [MAN - (thru interpreter) comments on Mengele.] German and Israeli intelligence said confirming identification of Mengele in Brazilian tourist's film; film shown. Mengele's role in death of Margaret Englander's daughter, while prisoner, recalled. [ENGLANDER - says he should suffer for rest of life.] [Simon WIESENTHAL - discusses Mengele.]
REPORTER: David Culhane

Culhane, David;
Mudd, Roger

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