Tate Department Reports Not More Than 5,000 “non-aryans” Remain in Germany
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Tate Department Reports Not More Than 5,000 “non-aryans” Remain in Germany

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Not more than 5,000 “non-Aryans” are left in Germany, after taking account of deaths and dispersals, according to a State Department survey of displaced populations in Europe published today.

Some of the “non-Aryans.” says the report, have been kept at work in factories and on fortifications and others are held as forced laborers in work camps for “non-Aryans” only.

The survey reveals that 160,000 Hungarian Jews were reported to be employed as forced labor in German-controlled territory in 1944. Many of them are believed to be in Austria.

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