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Otto Stange, a senior administrator in division E-2 of the National German Rail Company (Deutsche Reichsbahn), was responsible for assigning cars and scheduling special trains (Sonderzüge), the term used in Germany for trains that did not appear on the ordinary timetables. Stange would assign locomotives and cars for the transport of Jews at the request of Franz Novak from office IVB4.

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