This undated image obtained by The Associated Press from the National Archives through a Freedom of Information Act request shows a U.S. Army intelligence card on Johann "Hans" Breyer, indicating he served in Auschwitz as of Dec. 29, 1944 _ four months after he said he deserted. The 87-year-old Philadelphia man is the target of a new German investigation on allegations of accessory to murder at Auschwitz, which comes after years of unsuccessful U.S. attempts to have him stripped of his American citizenship and deported. (AP Photo/National Archives)

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This undated image obtained by The Associated Press from the National Archives through a Freedom of Information Act request shows a U.S. Army intelligence card on Johann "Hans" Breyer, indicating he served in Auschwitz as of Dec. 29, 1944 _ four months after he said he deserted. The 87-year-old Philadelphia man is the target of a new German investigation on allegations of accessory to murder at Auschwitz, which comes after years of unsuccessful U.S. attempts to have him stripped of his American citizenship and deported. (AP Photo/National Archives)
This undated image obtained by The Associated Press from the National Archives through a Freedom of Information Act request shows a U.S. Army intelligence card on Johann "Hans" Breyer, indicating he served in Auschwitz as of Dec. 29, 1944 _ four months after he said he deserted. The 87-year-old Philadelphia man is the target of a new German investigation on allegations of accessory to murder at Auschwitz, which comes after years of unsuccessful U.S. attempts to have him stripped of his American citizenship and deported. (AP Photo/National Archives)
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