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Moscow Jewish Community Moves; Asks Contact with Jewish Organizations Abroad

The removal of the Moscow Jewish Community to larger quarters in this city was announced here today by Saruel Chobrutsky, its president, in a request to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency to inform Jewish organizations abroad to address their communications to the new address. The new offices of the Moscow Jewish Community are located in Tashkent, at Pocztovaya 26.

Jewish participation in the Russian fight against the Nazis as well as the Nazi brutalities against Jews in occupied Russian territory are depicted in paintings, sculpture and etchings at an exhibition opened today at Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakstan, where thousands of Russian and Polish Jews are now settled. Participating in the exhibition are the Jewish painters Axelrod, Belopolsky, Seligman, Berkovich, Sirota, Mudian, Berger and others.