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You're reading: The Demjanjuk odyssey as viewed in the rear-view mirror

 Kuropos was a special assistant for ethnic affairs to President Gerald R. Ford, holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, was a former adjunct professor at Northern Illinois University and has authored several books on Ukrainians in America.

Demjanjuk died March 17 in Germany at age 91 after being convicted of Nazi war crimes, specifally in by  a German court in May 2011 on 28,060 counts of being an accessory to murder at the Sobibor death camp in occupied Poland.

 As the first historical account of the 30-year history of the Demjanjuk case, the author provides the reader with a thorough review of the salient events that evoked such bitter debate and friction between the various parties entangled by the legal struggle and what it symbolized.

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