Polish Jews in USSR Told of Vast Settlement Opportunities in Area Taken from Germany

The opportunities for settlement in newly-acquired Polish territory in Lower Silezia, which was given to Poland under the Potsdam Agreement, has been brought to the attention of Polish Jews in the Soviet Union by the Organizing Committee of Polish Jews, which is a section of the Union of Polish Patricts in the USSR. A report issued by the committee points out that a considerable number of Jews liberated by the Red Army from German concentration camps, have already settled there.

The report also reveals that Polish Jews in Russia are engaged in helping to restore Stalingrad, are working in steel mills and mines in Central Asia, in textile mills in Georgia, in the electric power industry, in children’s homes in Uzbekistan, and in many other parts of Asiatic Russia.

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