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

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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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