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Two Germans Sentenced to Imprisonment for Setting Fire to Synagogue in 1938 Outbreaks

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Two Germans have been sentenced to jail by a Karlsruhe court for having set fires to a synagogue during the wave of anti-Semitic violence which swept Germany in Nov., 1938.

Otto Wachter, 47, received a one-year term, while Oskar Schweizer, 45, was sentenced to three years imprisonment.

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