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German Parliament to Aid Victims of Nazi “experiments”

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The budget committee of the West German Parliament has approved an appropriation of 500, 000 Deutschemarks for the care of victims of Nazi experiments. The money is intended to assist those inmates of Nazi camps who survived “medical” experiments run by Nazi doctors.

From Frankfurt it was reported that Rabbi M. Weinberg of that city, who has been active in Jewish life in the city and has served as rabbi of Frankfurt and most of Hesse province for the past three-and-a-half years, will be leaving soon for the United States with his family to resettle there.

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