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Two Poles Found Guilty of Murdering Jews in Poland During War Receive Death Sentences

Georg Will, district chief of Rypin during the German occupation of Poland, who was found guilty of having participated in the execution of Jews in the Rypin area, was sentenced to death today.

Johan Pischetsrede, who was found guilty of murdering Jews during the years 1941-44, when he was employed by the German police in Turek, was also sentenced to death. He participated in the liquidation of the ghetto of Turek.