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Kurt Waldheim

^ a b World Socialist Web Site obituary
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  • ^ Victor Ostrovsky (1994). "The Other Side of Deception: A Rogue Agent Exposes the Mossad's Secret Agenda". HarperCollins. 
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  • ^ Simon Wiesenthal "The Waldheim Case" in Contemporary Jewish Writing in Austria edited by Dagmar Lorenz. pp 81-95, University of Nebraska press
  • ^ Simon Wiesenthal "The Waldheim Case" in Contemporary Jewish Writing in Austria edited by Dagmar Lorenz. page 91, University of Nebraska Press
  • ^ Kurt Waldheim The Guardian
  • ^ James L. Collins Jr. u.a.: Bericht der internationalen Historikerkommission, Schlussbetrachtung, 8. Februar 1988. (translated from German)
  • ^ "Waldheim, ex-UN leader and Nazi, buried in Austria". Reuters. 23 June 2007. 
  • ^ "Waldheim's Wife Gets a Papal Award". The New York Times. 22 August 1994. Retrieved 14 June 2007. 
  • ^ "Former Austrian president whose term was marred by wartime service buried", Associated Press (International Herald Tribune), 23 June 2007.
  • ^ Speech of President Heinz Fischer (official text)
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  • ^ Waldheim Vermaechtnis Active Paper
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