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35 German Police Officers to Face Trial for Killing Jews in Poland

January 3, 1962
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The Bochum prosecution office announced today it was preparing a trial against 35 former security police officers charged with participation in the slaughter of Jews near Cracow in the 1940-42 period.

The principal defendant is Heinrich Haman, 53, former chief of the Neu-Sandez security police. He was charged with having selected about 400 Jews of the Cracow Ghetto for execution in the Cracow cemetery.

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