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700 Jewish Writers, Artists Died in Warsaw Ghetto, Delegates from Poland Report

Sevon hundred Jewish writers, artists and other cultural workers died in the Warsaw Ghetto, although many of them could have escaped, Rachael Auerbach, a member of the Polish delegation to the recent World Jewish Congress conference here, said today.

Addressing a reception arranged by the Association of Jewish Authors and Journalists in Britain for their colleagues among the delegations that attended the conference, Miss Auerbach said that leaders such as Prof. Meir Balaban, Dr. Isaac Shipper, Dr. Emanuel Ringelbaum could have fled, but preferred to remain with the Jewish masses.