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The Nation

April 03, 1985

More than 30 Baltic and Ukrainian emigre groups have stepped up a campaign to thwart the Justice Department's investigation of Nazi collaborators, World Jewish Congress officials charged in New York. The organization's investigation disclosed "a widespread campaign, fraught with anti-Semitism, to derail the government's pursuit of war criminals," said Kalman Sultanik, vice president of the Jewish group. The charges were denied by members of the Lithuanian and Ukrainian communities, who said opposition to the Justice Department effort focused on its use of evidence provided by the Soviet Union.

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