30,000 Jews Reported Held in 43 Labor Camps in Nazi Poland
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30,000 Jews Reported Held in 43 Labor Camps in Nazi Poland

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More than 30,000 Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland are now being held in 43 labor camps established by the Nazi administration, it was learned today when the list of the camps reached Geneva.

The majority of these camps are in the Lublin district. About 26,000 Jews are reported held in 31 centers there, while the remainder are held in the camps in the Warsaw district.

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