London (Dec. 5)
Marking the forthcoming anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on Nazi atrocities in occupied Europe, which was issued on Dec. 17, 1942, the British Broadcasting Company today broadcast a summary of German atrocities against Jews, estimating that 3,000,000 European Jews have been killed since the outbreak of the war.
The broadcaster stated that Poland has become the execution center for the Jews of Europe. He reviewed the arrest and deportation to Poland of the Jews of Holland, Greece, France, Austria and other countries and estimated that only about 700 Jews, who are married to Aryans, remain in the city of Vienna. The broadcast also described the battle of the Warsaw Ghetto and the death chambers at the Treblinka camp in Poland