Correspondents Report Anti-semitism Strong in Freed Lands
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Correspondents Report Anti-semitism Strong in Freed Lands

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Several war correspondents who have recently returned to London after visiting France, Belgium and Holland, report that anti-Semitic views are held by middle-class and well-to-do groups in those countries, the Daily Herald reports today.

A Gallup Poll taken here on forms of punishment for the German leaders revealed that five percent of those questioned felt that the Nazis should be turned over to the Jews, it was announced today. Sixty percent thought the United Nations should punish those guilty of crimes against Jews and other oppressed people, while 26 percent thought they should be dealt with by the German people.

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