200 Hungarian Jews Repatriated from U.S.S.R. to Be Sent to Convalescent Homes by JDC
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200 Hungarian Jews Repatriated from U.S.S.R. to Be Sent to Convalescent Homes by JDC

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The Joint Distribution Committee announced here today that it will aid, with a cash grant, 204 Jews recently repatriated from Russia.

The Jews had “been held as slave-laborers in Russian war-prison camps. The J.D.C. will also provide the repatriates with three weeks of physical rehabilitation in throe convalescent homes. One of the homes is located near Budapest and the others are in the country.

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