LONDON (May. 25)
Jewish workmen in Belgium are no longer permitted to work together with non-Jews under a new decree issued by the German military command, according to information reaching Belgian circles here today. Factory supervisors have been informed that Jewish workers must be kept together in segregated groups.
An indirect form of forced labor has also been introduced for the Jews of Belgium. The occupation authorities have announced that Jews are required to accept any work offered to them by the employment exchange. If the place of employment is far from their homes, they will be housed in barracks.