NEW YORK (Oct. 1)
Chief Rabbi Moses Schorr of Warsaw was among 16 Jewish religious leaders arrested and executed by the Nazis, it was reported today by the Jewish Morning Journal in a London dispatch quoting Prague sources.
Among prominent Jewish leaders killed in the bombing of Polish cities was Senator Jakob Trockenheim, according to the newspaper.
The London dispatch said that many Jewish religious leaders, Bundists (members of the Jewish labor party) and laborite Zionists were among those arrested in Lwow by the Red Army of occupation. It also reported the Yiddish poets Samuel Imber and Ber Horowitz were shot dead while trying to escape from the Reds to the Hungarian border.