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Demjanjuk case could set precedent in Germany

Nazi Death Camp Guard Demjanjuk Faces Trial

BERLIN – For Bronislaw Hajda, an 85-year-old Polish-American, the trial of John Demjanjuk is a bad omen.

Like Demjanjuk, whose trial began Monday in Germany, Hajda was born in Eastern Europe and taken prisoner by the Nazis at a young age. He too trained in an SS camp and was employed as a Wachman (a non-German SS soldier who assisted German soldiers in killing Jews) at a concentration camp in Poland. > more.



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