75,000 Polish Jews Survived in German Concentration Camps, Warsaw Radio Reports
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75,000 Polish Jews Survived in German Concentration Camps, Warsaw Radio Reports

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A Yiddish broadcast from Warsaw today reported that 75,000 Polish Jews were found in the German concentration camps after the fall of the Nazi regime.

The broadcast also reported that a meeting took place in Lodz of Jewish and Polish workers at which plans were outlined for the organization of measures to combat anti-Semitism which has been renewed in a virulent form lately in the murderous acts of Polish terrorists.

The Association of Jewish partisans has begun registration of all Jews who fought in the underground movement as partisans against the Germans, the broadcast said. It also reported the establishment of a central Jewish library by the Central Committee of Jews in Poland.

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