Warsaw (Oct. 10)
Four members of an anti-government terrorist band which concentrated on killing Jews and blasting Jewish shops have been sentenced to death by a military court in Lodz, it was reported here today. Six others received sentences of two to ten years imprisonment.
The defendants, eight men and two women who range in age from 18 to 38, admitted their guilt, and stated that their main task was placing time bombs in Jewish shops and murdering Jews, They were under the command of officers of the Home Army, which was affiliated with the Government-in-Exile in London.
A criminal court here sentenced to death two Germans who were responsible for the massacre of hundreds of Jews and Poles during the Nazi occupation. The condemned are Herman Schmaltz, a member of the German security police, who organized a massacre of 300 Jews at Radomsk, and a woman named Fielder, who betrayed fugitive Jews and Poles to the Gestapo.