BERLIN (Nov. 3)
In excess of ten percent of the East German Parliament will be composed of former members of the Nazi Party after the November 16 elections, a study of the ballot in Communist Germany revealed today. Assured of election are 47 former Nazi Party members, as against 29 ex-Nazis serving as deputies in the present lower house.
Among the new additions to Parliament will be three former members of the SS guard. They are Prof. Herbert Kroger, once a ranking group leader; Joachim Roick, who served in a special SS unit that played bodyguard to Hitler, and Freidrich Mayer.