ANTWERP (Nov. 2)
Numerous reports on neo-Nazi groups in Latin America, the Anglo-Saxon countries, Scandinavia, West Germany, Belgium, France and Switzerland and the help these groups are receiving from the Arab League will be studied at a three-day meeting of the International Committee of Experts of the International Union of Resistance and Deportees to be held here this month. The last meeting of the committee was held in Paris in October 1963.
The experts will also report on research and current developments concerning such war criminals as Josef Mengele, the notorious Auschwitz “selection doctor” who is now under the protection of the authorities in Paraguay, and Leon Degrelle, the Belgian fascist leader now believed to be in Spain.
Among the other topics to be dealt with at the meeting will be the problem of the expiration next May of the statute of limitations for war criminals. Rapporteur of the meeting will be Hubert Halim, president of the International Committee of Experts of the Resistance Union.