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  • In the past three decades, numbers of African lions have fallen 48.5% to fewer than 40,000, says Andrew Wetzler of the Natural Resources Defense Council.

    Loss of predators in the food chain can alter the ecosystem

  • As my colleague, Andrew Wetzler, stated: "they're the most important wildlife agency you never heard of."

    Wendy Keefover-Ring: Wildlife Services Dodges Disclosure on Animal Killing

  • Josie Wetzler, a graphic designer, picked up a package of M & M's for 90 cents.

    The Great Banana Challenge

  • Fourteen days after escaping Auschwitz, Vrba and Wetzler were in Slovakia telling their stories to the Jewish Council of Zilina.

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  • Nevertheless, the Vrba-Wetzler Report (also referred to as the Auschwitz Report or Auschwitz Protocols) was gradually circulated throughout Europe and America and many feel that it was the announcement of the findings of this report that eventually brought a stop to the deportation of Hungarian Jews to the extermination camps.

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  • After Vrba and Wetzler made their depositions they were whisked into hiding and given new identities.

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  • While in Istanbul Brand supposedly passed on an accurate plan of Auschwitz (possibly the Vrba-Wetzler report) and called for the gas chambers and railway lines to be bombed.

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  • Vrba, with his desire heightened to escape, was promoted to an office position because of his friend Wetzler who already worked there.

    A Holocaust Hero

  • Then one day came the break both he and Wetzler hoped for.

    A Holocaust Hero

  • Wetzler became a journalist and author, writing under the name Jozef Lanik.

    Tom Teicholz: Remembering Rudolf Vrba's 5 Per Cent

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