President Frondizi of Argentina and his wife, Senora Elena, were guests of honour at industrial magnate Alfried Krupp's Villa Huegel in Essen, June 29, on the third day of their visit to West Germany.
GV. The Krupp Villa.
LV. Krupp miners band plays in grounds.
SV.PAN.Alfred Krupp walks out to greet guest.
SV. Alfred Krupp greets President Frondizi.
SV. Alfred Krupp greets Frau Luebke - wife of West German President - and Mrs. Frondizi.
SV. Children of Krupp family present ladies with flowers.
SV. President Frondizi with Frau Luebke.
SCU. President Frondizi meets members of Krupp family.
SV. Mrs. Frondizi and Frau Luebke lead members of Krupp family.
TV. Guests up stairway in Krupps villa.
SCU. Krupp and Frau Luebke seated at lunch.
SCU. Frondizi and Mrs. Frondizi ditto.
SV.PAN.President Frondizi enters conference room.
SCU. Alfred Krupp and President Frondizi.
TGV. Conference in progress.
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Background: President Frondizi of Argentina and his wife, Senora Elena, were guests of honour at industrial magnate Alfried Krupp's Villa Huegel in Essen, June 29, on the third day of their visit to West Germany.
After luncheon, Dr. Frondizi, leading members of the Krupp concern, and German and Argentine economic experts had talks on the possibilities of Krupp exports to Argentina.
Later the same day, in Bonn, the President said that if West Germany can produce sufficient proof that Josef Mengele, former Auschwitz concentration camp doctor, is hiding in Argentina, his Government would be prepared to extradite him to Germany.
Dr. Frondizi also told a press conference that the amount of compensation Israel is to pay for the abduction of Adolf Eichmann was to be fixed in negotiations between the two countries. Argentina fully condemned the former SS colonel's crimes, but could not approve violation of her sovereignty.