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Truman Awaits Report from Eisenhower on Displaced Jews; Will Make It Public

President Truman has as yet received no reply from Gen. Eisenhower to the charges contained in Earl G. Harrison’s report on the treatment of displaced Jews in the camps in American-held territory in Germany, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was told today.

Gen. Eisenhower’s report will be made public when it is received, the White House said. Informed sources indicated that international complications were responsible for the month’s delay in the publication of the Harrison report.