Six Former Ss Officials Accused of Murdering 65,000 Jews Go on Trial
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Six Former Ss Officials Accused of Murdering 65,000 Jews Go on Trial

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The trial opened today in Wiesbaden of six former SS officials who are accused of murdering 65,000 Jews in Lublin, Poland during the war. One of the accused, Hermann Worthoff, is ill and could not appear. His case may be heard separately. The trial is expected to last eight months.

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