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  • South African Government Urged to Send Parliamentary Delegation to Buchenwaid

    Government party deputies, shocked by the disclosure of German atrocities at the Buchenwald and other camps, suggested today that a delegation of parliamentarians, including several of the nationalist anti-war members, be sent to Germany to inspect the camps. One member urging this said that “that is the only way in which anti-war elements in South… More ▸

  • Only Jews from Western Europe Being Returned Home from Buchenwald Camp at Present

    Jews of French, Bolgian and Dutch nationality found at this camp are being repatriated together with their non-Jewish compatriots, but those from Poland – comprising about half the 4,500 surviving Jews here – and other eastern European countries must await clarification of the military situation before they can be sent home. Further details of the… More ▸

  • World Owes Debt to Survivors of Buchenwald, Says British M. P.

    The horrors at Buchenwald constitute a moral challenge to the world to sec that the survivors are enabled to live normal lives and that the nations of the world take steps to prevent repetition of such atrocities, Samuel S. Silverman, Labor M. P., who has just returned from a visit to Buchenwald, told the Jewish… More ▸

  • Several Thousand Jews Liberated by U.S. Troops Fom Buchenwald Concentration Camp

    Several thousand Jews are among the 21,000 interness liberated by the advancing American troops from the notorious Buchenwald concentration camp, the correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency found upon his arrival here today. The Nazis tried to transfer Jews from the camp prior to their retreat. Among those whom they succeeded in removing, on April… More ▸

  • Two German Refugees Return to Reich As Officers in United States Army

    Two German Jews who fled the Reich as refugees returned there this week as officers in the United States Army. They are Lieut, Ernst Kaufman, who was imprisoned at one time in the notorious Buchenwald concentration camp, and Lieut. Edgar Holton. The two officers are probably the first German Jews who have become naturalized Americans… More ▸