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Two Poles Sentenced to Prison for Killing Jew After Hiding Him from Nazis

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Two Poles, Jan Skladowski and Creslaw Krulikowski, were today sentenced to six and four-year prison terms, respectively, for murdering a Jew during the German occupation. The pair admitted that, after successfully hiding a Jew in their home under a pile of potatoes when Nazi police searched the house, they later killed him for fear of being apprehended.

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