French Collaborator Who Denounced Jews to Nazis Receives Life Imprisonment Sentence
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French Collaborator Who Denounced Jews to Nazis Receives Life Imprisonment Sentence

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Louis Thomas, anti-Semitic collaborator charged with denouncing French Jewish officers to the Nazis during the German occupation, was today found guilty by the Seine Court of Justice and sentenced to life imprisonment. During the occupation the Germans named Thomas literary director of the Jewish publishing house of Calmann-Levi.

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