LISBON (Aug. 2)
A group of 202 Jews who have been interned in German concentration camps arrived here today to be exchanged for Germans held by Britain.
The arrivals were held by the Germans in the Vittel camp in France, and later in the internment camps of Bergenbelsen and of Kreuzburg. They were met on their arrival here by Eliahu Dobkin, head of the immigration department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine who is now on a mission in Lisbon, and by Rabbi Diesendruck of the Lisbon Jewish Community.
The group includes forty British Jews, 150 from Tripoli and North Africa, five Palestinians, and four Polish Jews. All of them will remain in Lisbon for several weeks. The majority of them are anxious to proceed to Palestine. A group of 281 Jews from the same German concentration camps, exchanged for Germans interned by the Allies, arrived in Palestine last month.