No Jew Left in Lublin, Nazi Paper Reports; Urges Non-jews to Return to Their Homes
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No Jew Left in Lublin, Nazi Paper Reports; Urges Non-jews to Return to Their Homes

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All non-Jewish inhabitants of Majan-Tatrski, a suburb of Lublin, were invited by the Nazi authorities to return to their homes and re-occupy their dwellings following the deportation of all Jews from the city, it is reported in the Krakauer Zeitung, a Nazi newspaper published in Poland.

The paper, which reached here today, states that the Jews from the Lublin ghetto were removed sometime ago to Majdan-Tatrski where they were kept isolated from the rest of the population, as well as from other Jewish ghettos in Poland. At present, however, there are no more Jews left in the suburb the paper declares. No indication is given as to what happened to the deported Jews.

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