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World War II 40 Years Later #303280

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 28, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Izieux, France) French ceremonies commemorating victims of World War II and Nazi occupation of France featured; films shown. Gestapo's deportation of Jewish children from Izieux to Auschwitz in April 1944 reviewed in detail; photos shown. Lyon Gestapo chief and now prisoner Klaus Barbie's suspected role discussed. [Prosecutor Serge KLARSFELD - notes orders signed by Barbie for liquidation of children.] [Barbie's attorney Jacques VERGES - claims documents are forgeries.]
REPORTER: John Blackstone

(Studio) French President Francois Mitterrand's homage to victims of only Nazi concentration camp in France reported, shown.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Blackstone, John;
Spencer, Susan

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