War Crimes Commission in Yugoslavia Says 1,500 Jews Were Massacred in Two Provinces
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War Crimes Commission in Yugoslavia Says 1,500 Jews Were Massacred in Two Provinces

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Fifteen hundred Serbian Jews were among the 21,000 persons murdered by the Germans in the provinces of Backa and Baranja, according to a report by the Yugoslav State Commission for Investigating War Crimes, released here today by the New Yugoslav Telegraph Service.

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