1,000 Jews Found Alive in Camp at Lucca, J.D.C. Aide in Italy Reports

Approximately 1,000 Jews from Poland, Austria and Germany were found alive in the former Nazi concentration camp at Lucca, a few miles above Pisa, when the area was liberated on Sept. 1, Arthur D. Greenleigh, representative of the Joint Distribution Committee in Rome, reported today.

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