Seven Jews Executed in Kielce for Leaving Ghetto
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Seven Jews Executed in Kielce for Leaving Ghetto

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Seven Jews have been executed by the Nazis in the Polish city of Kielce for leaving the ghetto without permission, it is reported in the Goniec Krakowski, reaching here today. These executions bring to 34 the number of Polish Jewish men and women known to have been hanged when caught outside the ghetto walls.

In an attempt to check the typhus epidemic in Poland a special conference of medical workers has been called in Cracow to consider means of combatting epidemics, the Nazi press reaching here today from Poland also reports.

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