Norwegian Jews Put to Work in Nazi Mines; Women and Children Died of Starvation

Reports from Oslo said today that most of the Norwegian Jewish women and children deported from the country by the German-controlled Quisling government had died of starvation.

Ships carrying deportees that left Oslo in November and February were removing them toward an ultimate destination in the Silesian mining region around Katewice it was learned. Able-bodied men in the group were put to work in the mines. One of the deportees, who escaped via Germany recently, said the miners received sufficient rations, but old men, women and children obtained almost nothing.

NEXT STORY