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CAPTURED NAZI - t~i IK.)., ceiif,- Me... re.. 10, mi INDEPENDENT--PÂ«gÂ« A-5J PUBLISHEDS Report on Roosevelt Bared Â· ; - , -Li- .. . Â· 'Â·. ' ' ,.- Â· . , ;.-Â· Â· : - - Â· - Â· Â· : . - . ' . . : Â· WALTER ULBRICHT Has Jfiklta's Blewlng Obricht Purges 3 Top Aides BERLIN ISP) -- The, purge of three top East' German Communists, touched off speculation Sunday of a split amorig'Rus- sian 'policy-makers over the puppet state. ' East Germany's,Stalinistboss Walter Ulbricht emerged triumphant over a powerful so- called liberal rebel group within the Communist party hierarchy. .With an obvious''go-ahead from Soviet Communist Party Chief Nikita Khrushchev,.'Ulbricht downgraded three contenders for his party overlord- ship. Â· * * Â·* KAKL SCHDRDEWAN, the No, 2 Communist, wasj expelled Torn the Politburo 'and Â· the Central Committee. D e p u t y Premier Fred Oelssner, the party's chief ideologist, also was ousted from, the Politburo.' Ex- Security Minister Ernst' Wollweber was fired from the Central Committee. The unprecedented outspokenness of the rebels in party meetings and their. bold defiance of Ulbricht has convinced Western experts, that the faction had some official Russian backing. It was regarded as inconceivable .that a faithful Moscow adherent such as Wollweber would rebel 'without approval from the Soviets. * * Â· * * . EASTERN sources said en- couragement'to the rebels may have come from Georgi, Pushkin, the. Russian ambassador to East Germany, who was recalled suddenly and-without explanation Jan. 7. . Pushkin, .'the' leading Soviet expert on East Germany,, supported Ulbricht for'years.' However, the eastern sources said that in the weeks before : Pushkin's unheralded departure .relations between the two men seriously deteriorated. An'ap- peal to Khrushchev from'. Ulbricht is .believed to havere- sulted in Pushkin's withdrawal. WASHINGTON: -UB -.''Nazi Germany's, deteriorating .'.relation's : with Russia,;.' German^ Polish/friction : -and\i.ruitless dis-i armament -negotiations, are told m- a - Inew: volume ol captured Serman," documents' published Sunday... Â· Â· ' , Â·Â· ; , Â· . . . Former 1 'president Franklin D. Roosevelt's, concern' over Nazi treatment of' the "Jews also .is- chronicled briefly in- the documents, 'taken' from archives of'the German'Foreign. .Office and Reichschancellery. The-documents were'released C atio: simultaneously by ' the State Department'.here- and.- by the British Foreign Office in London. Â· '. Â· " ' , ' . Some 'deal with . Germany's internal political situation after formation of the Hitler'.cabinet. ' * * ' * . * , ' ONE OF THESE is a. letter from Reichschancellor A d o l f Hitler to the.' aging- soldier- president, Paul von Hindenburg, dated'April 5, 1933.. Hitler wrote., that -the. president,' "in a generous and humane" way,".;had taken'up the cause "of-those .members ; of.the Jewish people 'who at one time were forced to perform war service as .a ; result of general conscription," Â· 'He insisted,that-Jews must be removed from positions' portant to the state "so that certain' events.; that 'cannot be. told':,to. the rest .of .the- world for - 'higher ...reasons . o f state really .reinain secret." ',. " . ;Included.in the volurhe,are several", reports Â·; front. Reichs- bank,-'.P-r'e,si"deri.t ' A Hjalmar letter .to . King,, .George',' from Schacht.'on^a visit'-he -made"' to neutral''' Holland . .'.where ;'the Â·the.United States-in May,*1933: 900 Germans wanted as war criminals. Â· ; . . . . ' Â· - Â· Â· 'Â· Â·:Â·'*Â·' * -i. \ CROWN '-FRINGE Â· Wilhelm made his "offer in. a'.personal after Germany's. defeat "As former heir to the'.throne of my German.Fatherland.I amr willing to .offer'-myself'on be-1] half of -my -compatriots 'in this I fateful hour,"- wrote-.the Crown | Prince -. in a letter - dated' Feb; TUXEDO RENTALS FUZZ HARRIS Cusfom Tailor 122 E. Third St. -One report described 'aluilch.- eon 'conversation Schacht : had with' -President-\-Roosevelt on May 6. .It contained these remarks: ' ' . Â· Â·-.".. . - .. "Both at table and afterward, the President .gave indi- cation'of.,.undoubted. sympathy, for- the .person: 'of "'.the Reichs- chancellor (Hitler), and stated that he hoped to see him.some time. soon. He'-once, made use in his conversation of the.6X7 pression that when it came to the speedy .execution of.' governmental measures, there were not everywhere such- efficient managers as .Mussolini, Hitler; and.Roosevelt." : - - ' .' ' Â· . . 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