Anniversary of Destruction of Warsaw Ghetto to Be Observed As Day of Mourning

July 22, which will be the second anniversary of the destruction of the Warsaw ghette by the Germans, will be observed as a day of mourning by Polish Jewry, the Lublin radio said today. The breadcast also reported that another mass grave of persons murdered at the Oswiecim death camp has been discovered at Pazczyna.

The Hakoah club in Lodz, which before the war was one of the most popular Jewish athletic clubs in Poland, has resumed its activities, it was reported here today. The majority of the members of the club are Jewish partisans and Jews who fought in the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto, the report said. Local authorities have promised to provide the club with an athletic stadium.

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