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1,600 Jews Reported Dead in Nazi Concentration Camp

All of the 1,600 Polish Jews imprisoned in the Buchenwald concentration camp in the Fall of 1939 have died in the camp, reports smuggled out of Germany disclosed today. The men died principally from exposure and malnutrition. They were obliged to spend the Winter months in unheated tents and were not given any blankets. By the Spring of this year 700 had perished and the remainder succumbed this Winter.