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  • 25,000 of 151,000 Jews in Northern Transylvania Have Survived; Returning from Camps

    Of the 151,000 Jews who lived in Northern Transylvania before the Germans transferred the area from Hungary to Rumania, about 25,000 may survive, according to an on-the-spot survey by a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent. Since November, 1944, about 8,000 Jews have returned from the Oswiecim and Birkenau camps to Northern Transylvania, which is once more… More ▸

  • Anniversary of Destruction of Warsaw Ghetto to Be Observed As Day of Mourning

    July 22, which will be the second anniversary of the destruction of the Warsaw ghette by the Germans, will be observed as a day of mourning by Polish Jewry, the Lublin radio said today. The breadcast also reported that another mass grave of persons murdered at the Oswiecim death camp has been discovered at Pazczyna…. More ▸

  • New Palestine Arrivals Are Cross-section of Surviving Jews of Europe

    The 1,166 Jewish refugees from all over Europe who disembarked here yesterday from the British steamer Matarda are a cross-section of the surviving Jews of Europe. Among them are former inmates of concentration camps, a partisan who accounted for several Nazis and some youngsters who spent the war years training for agricultural work in Palestine…. More ▸

  • 2,000 Jews from German Camps Gathered in Tyrol Awaiting Opportunity to Emigrate

    Approximately two thousand Jews, originally scattered all over Europe, have in the past several weeks arrived in the Tyrol. They are waiting–most of them–for a chance to move on to new permanent homes in Palestine, the United States, Brazil and France. Since they do not want to go back to their former homes, they have… More ▸

  • Anti-jewish Terror Organized by Fascist Underground Raging in Liberated Poland

    Anti-Jewish terror, organized by the Polish fasciat underground movement, is raging in liberated Poland, the Lublin radio reported in a broadcast today, revealing that the terrorists are not even sparing Jews liberated from the Oswiecim camp. One group of terrorists broke into a Lublin hospital and invaded a ward filled with Jewish patients. Opening fire,… More ▸

  • Polish Jews in Liberated Camps Insist on Segregation from Poles

    Polish Jews in former Nazi concentration camps in the Allied-controlled section of Germany are refusing to be considered part of the Polish national groups within the camps, which are represented by officers of the Polish Government-in-Exile, according to a report received today by the Jewish Committee for Relief Abroad. The report adds that the chief… More ▸