Jews, Army Agree to “close Incident” During Which Several Dp’s Were Injured in Munich

Jewish leaders and Army officials today agreed to consider closed” an incident involving American soldiers and displaced Jews during which a number of the latter were assaulted and injured in a local Jewish res(##)aurant last week.

The decision was reached at a conference attended by Brig. Gen. Josiah (##)lby, commander of the Munich area, Col. George Burgess, Provost Marshall, Rabbi (##)erander Rosenberg, military government liaison officer, and Rabbi Issal Ziemba, president of the local Agudas Israel group, 40 of whose members were involved in the (##)lee. All participants in the parley expressed the belief that better relations between the Jews and the troops would result from the “unfortunate incident.”

Col. Burgess will address a formation of all military police in the area Friday and will point out to them that their duty is to protect not harrass the DP’s (##) also revealed that he had agreed to a request from Rabbi Ziemba to drop charges against the German woman who started the riot and against sundry troops who were (##)ccused of having beaten the Jews. Rabbi Ziemba stated that the Jews were not vin(##)ictive, and preferred a better understanding with the troops to punishment.

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