Jewish Boy Scouts Greeted by Cheers As They Parade Down Champs Elysees

Five hundred Jewish Boy Scouts were greeted by enthusiastic cheering today as they marched down the Champs Elysees as part of a parade of 35,000 scouts, which was reviewed by Lady Baden-Powell, widow of the founder of the scout movement, and Gen. Pierre Koenig.

The Jewish scouts, headed by Capt. Robert Gamzon, rescued 2,000 children during the German occupation, is sued 25,000 false identification papers and formed a Jewish requis unit which lost 40 killed and 80 captured and deported in battles with the Germans.

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