Exhibit of Jewish Life Under Nazis Opens at Yiddish Institute in New York

An exhibit of more than 4,000 “souvenirs” of Nasi brutality toward the Jews of Europe was opened to the public here today at the Yiddish Scientific Institute.

Entitisd “The Jews in Europe, 1939-1946,” the exhibit fills seven room with torture instruments found in the concentration camps, German documents revealing place for annihilating the Jews and photographs illustrating every phase of Jewish life during and since the war. One entire floor of the Institute is devoted to the of Jews in a number of countries to rebuild their sultrier and civilization from the ashes left by the Nazis.

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