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Neo-Nazis / United States Nazi War Criminal Search #54786

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 19, 1978
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(Studio) Recent neo-Nazi march in Chicago's Marquette Park recalled; film shown. Congress hearings on Nazi war criminals in United States after World War II and contd. presence of some in United States reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) Details given about Polish concentration camp where thousands, mostly Jews, died. United States government court case against former Nazi SS ofr. at camp, Feodore Fedprenko, detailed; government failure to fully investigate suspected war criminals upon their immigration to United States noted. [Representative Elizabeth HOLTZMAN - states United States government inaction with regard to protection of alleged war criminals.] Holtzman's inquiry into matter and results described; House Judiciary Committee action reported Immigration Service's initiation of department to uncover Nazi war criminals cited. New unit chief Martin Mendelsohn's mission to USSR in connection with 2 war criminal cases in United States outlined. [MENDELSOHN - states feelings about issue.] Films shown.

Brown, Bob;
Robinson, Max

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