German Jewish Leaders Leave for Russia to Study Colonization Work

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Dr. Paul Nathan, president of the Hilfsvcrein der Deutschen Juden, and Dr. Vischnitzer left for Moscow today to participate in the conference called by the Ozet, the society for settling Jews on the land. The conference will open in Moscow on November 15.

They also intend to make a personal study of the colonization work.

Dr. Singalowsky and Dr. Lwowicz. members of the executive committee of the Ort, left for Russia today, where they intend to stay several weeks, visiting South Russia for the purpose of studying the activities of the Ort, and examining the progress of the colonization work.

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