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 - EXPECT QRLOFF F Borough Youth Was Ac cused of...
EXPECT QRLOFF F Borough Youth Was Ac cused of Treason by the Hitler'tes Walter OrlotT, who has been Ac- Ac- ported from Germany after charges of high treason had been Instituted against him by the Hitler regime, ll expected to arrive hero Friday, his father, Henry OrlofT, a retired builder, of 1982 74th St., stated today. today. T am so distracted by the entire) affair." said Mr. Orloff, "that I can hardly believe my son is actually coming home. I shall have to sea him first to know for myself that he Is sale and that everything is all right," Orloff Is a graduate of New Utrecht High School, class of 1927, and of the University of PrnnsyU vania, and was studying medicina at Grlefswald University In Ger many when he ran afoul of th Nazis. It was claimed by the Cer man government that he partlct pated In anti-Nazi anti-Nazi anti-Nazi goings on and was to be tried on the charge of high treason until the American Consul General Interceded. "Of course I was shocked very much to hear about the trouble In which Walter was, but I knew tha American Government would step In. The newspapers here were won tierful, bringing the unforunatesitu ation to the attention of higher of flelals. I am glad that he was sent home Instead of going through the hardships of a trial." Ho refused to answer many questions questions and stated that once his son comes home he will be only too glad to discuss the entire rase but first "I must see that Walter is all right and hear what he has to say about the whole affair." M IDY

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 16 Aug 1933, Wed,
  3. Page 41

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