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German Diplomat in Israel Leaves for Bonn to Prove He Was No Nazi

November 22, 1965
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Dr. Alexander Toerock, the top deputy of West Germany’s diplomatic mission here, who had been accused publicly of having been a member of the Arrow Cross, the Hungarian Nazi party, during the Hitler era, left for Bonn today “to hold talks with the Foreign Ministry people.”

He said he hoped to prove to the Foreign Ministry that the charges, which he has denied persistently, are unfounded. “I was not asked to come to Bonn, “he said, prior to his departure from Lydda Airport. “I am going on my own initiative, and shall return very shortly.

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