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Martin Ernest Dannenberg dies at 94; found copy of Nuremberg Laws during WWII
Martin Ernest Dannenberg dies at 94; found copy of Nuremberg Laws during WWII

Martin Ernest Dannenberg, who as a young World War II Army sergeant discovered a copy of the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws, one of Nazi Germany's most infamous documents, died Aug. 18 in his sleep at his home in Guilford, Md. He was 94. --------------------FOR THE RECORD:Martin Dannenberg obituary: The obituary in Friday's LATExtra section of former Army Sgt. Martin Ernest Dannenberg, who discovered a copy of the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws in Germany in 1945, failed to include in the list of surviving family members his daughter, Betsy Dannenberg Frahm. —--------------------Dannenberg, who was a special agent in charge of an Army counterintelligence team, told the Baltimore Sun in...

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