Catholics Deny Bormann Complicity

Publié le par Roger Cousin

JournalJewish Telegraphic Agency published 18/12/1972

Bormann MartinBonn, Dec. 17 (JTA) – Roman Catholic sources in Munich have again denied that the Catholic church helped Martin Bormann, Hitler's wartime deputy, to flee Germany at the end of World War II. Documents belonging to a former Hitler aide, Viktor Brack, published Friday, sought to prove that Bormann had enough funds to escape and did not need the help of the Roman Catholic church. The documents, in the possession of 85-year-old suffragan Bishop Johannes Neuhaeusler, indicate that Bormann and his brother, Albert, escaped via Spain in May 1945.

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