Raid on Neo-nazi Quarters in Germany Yields Anti-semitic Literature

Three persons suspected of forming a link between neo-Nazi organizations in West Germany and the so-called World Union of National Socialists have been arrested in this country, according to the Federal prosecutor at Karlsruhe. The names of the suspects were not made public.

A raid on the headquarters of the group, the prosecutor said, disclosed literature showing the link between the neo-Nazis here and the world organization. Among the items were 100 reprints of a 1934 issue of “Der Sturmer,” the notorious anti-Semitic publication issued under the Nazi regime, devoted to an “expose” of alleged Jewish practice of ritual murder. The reprints were said to have been produced in the United States for distribution in West Germany.

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