Bucharest (Apr. 25)
More than 11,500 Rumanian Jews have already been repatriated from the sections of the Soviet Ukraine to which they were deported during the German domination of Rumania, it was disclosed here today.
It was also announced that an additional 350 Transylvanian Jews who were among the survivers at the Oswiecim death camp in Poland have returned home on trains provided by the Rumanian Government. Anot her train is en route from Cracow bearing other survivors.