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Rosen off to Study Bureya Projects

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Dr. Joseph A. Rosen, director of the American Agrojoint, organization for helping Jewish agriculturists in Soviet Russia, left today for Biro-Bidjan, where he will study Jewish colonization projects. He was accompanied by vice-directors Dr. E. A. Grower and S. E. Lubarski.

Dr. Rosen informed the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the trip was being taken solely to study the situation in the autonomous Jewish region in Siberia and that the investigators were not obligated to any individual or group.

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