Grynszpan Asks Speedy Trial in Paris
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Grynszpan Asks Speedy Trial in Paris

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Herschel Grynszpan, young Polish Jew who fatally wounded a German Embassy official in Paris in November, 1938, today told an examining magistrate that he wanted to stand trial for the shooting as soon as possible. He has been held in jail since the assassination.

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