Displaced Jews Celebrate Year of Liberation; Honor Victims of Nazis at Mensnal Service

All displaced Jews in the American zone of Germany today observed the first anniversary of their liberation from the Nazis and mourned the millions of Jews who were murdered.

In the Landsberg camp, more than 4,500 displaced Jews marked the observance with a torchlight parade in the evening within the camp. Young people, carrying blue-white flags and singing Hatikvah, marched past a stand occupied by UNRRA officials. They were addressed by Dr. Samuel Gringaus, leader of the camp. Huge bonfires were set later and various groups sang and danced.

The first 30 refugee nurses to be graduated from the hospital which the displaced Jews have established in the Landsberg camp received their diplomas tonight.

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