Rumanians Sentenced to Jail Terms for Denouncing and Mistreating Jews During War

Alfred Herman, a Rumanian resident of Austrian descent, has been sentenced to ten years imprisonment and loss of civil rights following his conviction on charges of having denounced three Jews to the Gestapo in the town of Sculeni during the war. All the Jews were subsequently murdered.

Lt. Constantin C. Georgian, wartime commander of a Jewish slave detachment, was sentenced to five years in jail and lose of civil rights for ten years for subjecting some 400 Jews under his command to "inhuman treatment" by starving and beating them.

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