Newspaper Reports 10,000 Jewish Women Rescued by Red Army from Nazi Camps
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Newspaper Reports 10,000 Jewish Women Rescued by Red Army from Nazi Camps

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A report that about 10,000 Hungarian Jewish wo## were rescued by the Red Army from German concentration camps and are now in the ##iet Union was published here by the weekly newspaper Figyeloe.

The writer of the article, Ethel Faludi, who recently returned from the S.S.R., says that the women are receiving excellent care and are recuperating from ## harsh physical conditions in the Nazi camp. She writes that they are now housed ## a camp at Motyinsky.

The first women’s rally for Palestine since the end of the war was held here ##ing the week-end under the auspices of the Womens International Zionist Organization.

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