Two Germans Sent to Concentration Camp for Mistreating Jews
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Two Germans Sent to Concentration Camp for Mistreating Jews

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Two Germans in the town of Hassloch have been confined in the Dachau concentration camp for brutal treatment of Jews, the Ludwigshaven state police announced yesterday in a communique.

One of them, a butcher, was especially guilty of conduct calculated to injure the prestige of the Nazi Party, the communique said, because he not only mistreated a Jew but had business dealings with him.

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