60,000 Jews Killed in War in Poland, Correspondent Estimates
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60,000 Jews Killed in War in Poland, Correspondent Estimates

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Sixty thousand Jews were killed during the war in Poland, it was estimated by Joel Cang, former Warsaw correspondent of the Manchester Guardian, addressing the Anglo-Palestine Club last night.

A.L. Easterman, correspondent of the Daily Herald, stressed the necessity of including in the Allies’ declaration of war aims the restoration to the Jews of the right to live as a people.

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