List Naming 12,000 Argentine Members of the 1930’s Nazi Party Finally Published

The Simon-Wiesenthal Centre has made its list public. Up to €33 billion from stolen Jewish assets are in Swiss bank account.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A list dating from the 1940s with the names and dates of some 12,000 members of the former German National Socialist Workers' Party (NSDAP, often called the Nazi Party) who were residents in Argentina has recently been handed over to the Simon-Wiesenthal Center.

The document is the result of the "Special Commission to Research Anti-Argentine Activities", which was set up in the late 1930s by then President Roberto Ortiz to contain National Socialist activities in Argentina.

The data was collected and compiled by the Special Commission during a raid on the headquarters of . . .

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