The last suspected Nazi convict in Canada has died at the age of 97. His name is Helmut Oberlander and it is suspected that he may have been part of the Inzatskomando 10a, which is believed to have killed nearly 100,000 people, mostly Jews.
The last suspected Nazi convict in Canada has died at the age of 97. His name is Helmut Oberlander, and according to his family he died yesterday; Procedures for deportation claims related to his involvement with the Nazi regime during World War II were still pending in Ottawa. In fact, the Oberlander Ek 10a is suspected to have been part of the so-called Einsatzkommando 10a, which is believed to have killed nearly 100,000 people, mostly Jews. The Canadian CBC reported. Oberlander was born in 1924 in Holbstadt, Ukraine. He has always maintained that he was only 17 years old when he was forced to join Inzatskomondo and that he was not personally accused of being directly involved in any of the executions under any circumstances. He came to Canada in 1954, became a citizen six years later, and has been in legal dispute with the Canadian federal government since 1995.
When Oberlander first applied for citizenship, according to the Canadian government He failed to become a Nazi soldier and was actively involved in dozens of brief executions and the deportation and extermination of large numbers of Jews. For his part, the man defended himself by saying that he had no alternative but to be severely punished if he left. According to the Globe & Mail, Oberlander was the last of 12 Canadians to be charged with war crimes: all of whom died before the government could complete its deportation proceedings.
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