Wiesenthal Center to Submit Complaint to Danish Police Regarding Suspected Nazi War Criminal

Copenhagen – The Simon Wiesenthal Center's chief Nazi hunter, Dr. Efraim Zuroff, will today submit an official complaint to the Danish police regarding a Danish SS volunteer who served at a concentration camp for Jewish prisoners in Babruisk, Belarus. During the period in which the Danish SS men guarded this camp (fall 1942 - spring 1943), approximately 90% of the prisoners were executed or died due to the terrible living conditions.


The complaint will be submitted at the "City" police station, Halmtorvet 20 at 1:00 PM today. After submitting the complaint, Dr. Zuroff will be available to speak to the media.


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