Liberated Jews Parade in Brussels to Express Gratitude to Belgians for Aid Received

More than 200 Jews rescued from the concentration camp at Malines, in Belgium, today paraded through this city in a demonstration expressing their gratitude to the Belgian population for the help given them during the German occupation.

The marchers proceeded to the tombs of King Albert, Queen Astrid, and to the tomb of the Unknown Soldier upon which wreaths were placed. They then marched to the city hall where a delegation was received by the mayor.

A report from Amsterdam today states that 60 Jews who were deported from Holland to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany arrived in Eindhoven on Sunday by air. They are the first group of 1,200 Netherland Jews liberated from the Bergen-Belsen camp and brought to Trobits, near Frankfurt-on-the-Oder the Russian-held zone of Germany – for repatriation to Holland. Other Dutch Jews are expected to arrive in Eindhoven this week.

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