Friday, March 12, 2010

Germany / Jewish Holocaust

Germany Fights to Keep Holocaust Organiser's Files Sealed
By Allan Hall
The Telegraph, March 12, 2010
"Those hoping to have a 50-year secrecy order overturned believe the government is embarrassed by details within that may prove German and Vatican officials colluded in his escape and freedom. The secrecy order is being challenged in a benchmark court case against the BND, Germany's domestic intelligence service, which wants the 4,500 pages of documents on Adolf Eichmann to remain out of the public domain. The service claims that intelligence agencies in other countries will be 'frightened off' in future data-sharing if they are disclosed, Der Spiegel reported. Critics believe this is a smokescreen designed to avoid official embarrassment both in Berlin and the Vatican. It is well documented that German Bishop Alois Hudal in Rome operated postwar 'Ratlines,' getting passports for wanted Nazis to allow them to escape justice. Franz Stangl, commandant of the Treblinka extermination camp, admitted to British Nazi expert Gitta Sereny that Hudal helped him get away after the Nazi defeat in 1945. Eichmann also escaped. [...]"

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