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The Deutsch Schützen massacre was a 1945 mass killing of approximately 60 Jewish forced laborers in Deutsch Schützen-Eisenberg.

Incident and aftermath

The incident occurred on 29 March 1945.[1]

The victims' remains were found in 1995 by the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien.[2] In 2008, Viennese political science student Andreas Foster discovered the name of Adolf Storms in records of the incident. Foster's professor Walter Manoschek gathered evidence and conducted a videotaped interview with Storms.[3] In 2009, then 90-year-old Storms was indicted for his alleged involvement in the killings.[4]

Storms died on June 28, 2010 at the age of 90.[5]

See also

Books

  • Sander, Ulrich (2008). Mörderisches Finale: NS-Verbrechen bei Kriegsende. (Murderous Finale: Nazi War Crimes.) Papyrossa Verlagsgesellschaft, ISBN 9783894383886
  • Manoschek, Walter (2009). Der Fall Rechnitz. Das Massaker an Juden im März 1945. (The Rechnitz Case: The Massacre of Jews in March 1945.) Braumüller Verlag, ISBN 9783700317142

References

External links

br:Lazhadeg Deutsch Schützen de:Massaker von Deutsch Schützen

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