William D. Denson, 85, who was chief prosecutor for the...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

December 14, 1998

William D. Denson, 85, who was chief prosecutor for the United States in Nazi war crimes trials in Dachau, Germany, died in his sleep yesterday at home in Lawrence, N.Y. He was chief prosecutor for atrocities committed in four concentration camps -- Dachau, Mauthausen, Flossenberg and Buchenwald.

Pub Date: 12/14/98

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