Only 6,000 of 70,000 Hungarian Jewish Slave Laborers Believed to Have Survived
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Only 6,000 of 70,000 Hungarian Jewish Slave Laborers Believed to Have Survived

Competent Jewish sources today estimated that of the 70,000 Hungarian Jews conscripted for slave labor during the war no more then 6,000 survived. Some 300 survivors were recently returned from the Soviet Union where they had lived following their capture by the Red Army.

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