Conference of Jewish Lawyers in Germany Urges Revision of Verdicts on Nazi War Criminals

The international conference here of Jewish lawyers, which includes representatives from the United States, this week-end called upon the United Nations International Court of Justice at The Hague to revise recent German court decisions in cases involving crimes against humanity.

A resolution described most of the verdicts as inadequate. The lawyers also demanded that a Jewish trusteeship be extended over recovered Jewish property.