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American Jewish Conference Will Discuss Plans for Submission to United Nations

Proposals on Jewish problems in Europe and Palestine to be submitted to the United Nations Organization, will be considered at the forthcoming session of the American Jewish Conference which will open in Cleveland on Feb. 17, it was announced here today by the Conference headquarters.

An outstanding figure of the new Jewish leadership in Europe, Dr. Zalman Grinberg, who was re-elected president of the Committee of Liberated Jews in Bavaria, is flying to Cleveland from Munich to present to American Jewry the needs and views of the displaced Jews. A former prisoner of the Nazis in the Dachau concentration camp, Dr. Grinberg outwitted the Nazis and saved hundreds of Jews in the last days of the American campaign in Bavaria by his single-handed capture of a Wehrmacht hospital in St. Ottilien.

Col. Bernard Bernstein, former economic advisor to the American Military Government in Germany, will deal with the problems of reparations to the Jewish people and restitution of confiscated Jewish property. Dr. Jacob Robinson, of New York, director of the Institute of Jewish Affairs, will give an eye-witness account of the Nuremberg trials; Henry Monsky, co-chairman of the Interim Committee, in his keynote address, will outline the political and organizational problems confronting the conference.

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