B’nai B’rith Group Goes to Russia and Poland to Study Jewish Life

A thirty-man group of B’nai B’rith members, led by Label Katz, national president of the organization, left Geneva today for a three week visit to the Soviet Union and other East European countries during which they will study conditions of Jewish life there.

Most of the members of the group attended the World Conference of Jewish Organizations which took place here last week. They also attended the international B’nai B’rith conference in Paris. The group expects to visit Moscow, Kiev and Kharkov in the Soviet Union as well as Warsaw, capital of Poland.

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