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Germany / Jewish Community #303010

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 16, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Berlin) Demise of Germany's Jewish community during Adolf Hitler's reign noted; group's current status examined; films shown. [Berlin Jewish leader Peter KIRSCHNER - notes current freedom for German Jews.] E. Berlin's selective approach to commemorating Buchenwald recently recalled. Security precautions for Jewish bus in West Germany described, shown. [Frankfurt Jewish leader Stefan SZAJAK - notes minority of Germans still view Hitler in positive light.] National conservative party noted helping organization reunion of Nazi SS officers here. [Berlin Jewish leader Gunther RUSCHIN - claims party could expel Nazis.] [Dove SCHLESINGER - explains his dilemma as both Jew and police ofr.] Hoped for long-term implications of President Reagan's visit to concentration camp noted.
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell

Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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