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Polish Officer Sentenced to Death for Denouncing Jews to Gestapo During Occupation

March 7, 1950
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Adolf Hominsky, an officer in the Polish Army, was sentenced to death here today for denouncing Jews to the Gestapo during the German occupation of Poland. It was established at the trial that in 1940 he served as a Gestapo informer, systematically reporting on Jews after extorting large sums of money from them.

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