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Nazis Drag 2,000 Belgian Jews from Beds; Transport Them to Unknown Destination

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More than 2,000 Jews in Brussels were recently dragged from their homes in the middle of the night and transported in trucks to an unknown destination, official Belgian circles reported here today.

The German occupation authorities threw a police cordon around several streets in the Gare du Midi section of Brussels, according to the information reaching the Belgian Government, and then broke into Jewish homes, dragging men, women and children, many of them still in their night-clothes, into the trucks. Whether the Jews were deported or confined in internment camps is not known.

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