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Berlin Court Fines Nazi Doctor Who “experimented” on Camp Inmates

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Berlin’s and Germany’s last denazification court, of which little had been heard in some time and which is scheduled to go out of existence at the end of the year, has imposed a $8,200 fine uponDr. Genzken, chief medical officer of a brownshirted Storm Troop brigade and a former lieutenant general in the SS, who conducted cruel pseudo-medical experiments with helpless concentration camp inmates.

The same degasification court recently fined one of the most vicious and skillful of the Nazi Jew-baiters, 45-year-old Gunter d’Alquen, the amount of $14,300. D’Alquen joined the Nazis in 1925 and rose to the chief editorship of “Das Schwarze Corps,” the SS weekly that was one of the most iniquitous Jew-hating sheets in Germany. He also held the rank of an SS general.

At his degasification trial he did not appear, however, and the Berlin degasification court has no way of collecting the fine in Bremen, where d’Alquen lives. In direct violation of a court order, his Berlin bank transferred his account and securities to Bremen out of reach of the Berlin court.

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