Ex-nazi Gets Life Imprisonment

Frederich Wilhelm Heinen, a 57-year-old former member of the SS, was sentenced to life imprisonment by a Saarbruecken court yesterday for the murders of three Jewish inmates at the Lemberg concentration camp in Poland during World War 11 and complicity in the murders of five others.

A court in Titisee-Neustadt, also in south Germany, imposed a $1200 fine on a man accused of carrying a swastika flag. The defendant and four companions attacked a campsite occupied by Communist youths in July, 1976. Before the incident he drove past the camp waving the flag. The display of Nazi symbols is against the law in West Germany.

Meanwhile, the Federal Ministry for Youth, Family and Health has banned the sale of four long-playing records on grounds that they glorify the Nazi ideology and thus endanger German youth. The records include such titles as “A Nation Goes to the Guns-Blitz Victory Over Poland” and “Hitler Youth Marches.” Last month the ministry banned publication of five volumes of reprints of the Wehrmacht newspaper.

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