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63,000 Jews Entered Palestine from Greater Reich in 6 Years

A total of 63,500 Jews from Greater Germany, including Austria, Czechoslovakia and Danzig, entered Palestine on immigration certificates from 1933 to 1939, it was announced today by the Central Bureau for Settlement of Jewish Refugees.

The figure includes some 6,000 Jews who sailed for Palestine prior to occupation of their native territories by the Nazis, but does not include several thousand illegal immigrants.

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