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  • Jews Evicted from Homes in Warsaw to Make Room for Germans

    While life in German-occupied Poland is beginning to return to normal for the Poles, the Jews are still deprived of elementary means of livelihood. Poles are accepting the new regime and getting jobs, but Jews are not allowed to work, their only occupation being the sale of their own clothing and property, a trade carried… More ▸

  • Nazi Paper Sees Warsaw Census Prelude to Expulsion

    A census of Jews in Warsaw was taken on Oct. 29 with a view toward their expulsion from any future Polish State, according to the Essener National Zeitung, organ of Field Marshal Hermann Goering. The Nazi newspaper, which was quoted today by the Daily Telegraph declared that “when the results of the census are known,… More ▸

  • Soviet Body Cheers Denunciation of Chetto Benches at Polish School

    G.E.R. Gedye, New York Times correspondent in Moscow, reported today that the Supreme Soviet (Parliament) loudly applauded when a deputy denounce the ghetto benches in Lwow University, a “custon taken over by the Poles from the Soviet moment — Nazi Germany,” as the correspondent put it. According to the Times account, the deputy “told of… More ▸

  • German Repatriates from Baltics Housed in Prague Jews’ Homes

    Large Jewish homes in Prague have been taken over to house Germans repatriated from Baltic countries, it was reported today by the Havas News Agency in a dispatch from Maribor, Yugoslavia. The dispatch added that the former occupants who had not fled were huddled into ghettos. More ▸

  • Ghetto Schools to Be Set Up in Bohemia Moravia

    Six or seven million kronen annually are required for the enlarged Jewish school system to be established in the “Protectorate” in view of the exclusion of Jewish pupils from German schools and their restriction to four per cent in Czech schools. At present Jewish schools, comprising only 19 elementary and 8 high school classes throughout… More ▸

  • Vienna Nazis Lead Pogrom Mob in Bratislava

    The J.T. A. learns from Bratislava that the Jewish pogrom there lasted through the whole of Friday. Saturday and Sunday Aug. 11. 13. Many Jews were injured by the pogromists and many more arrested by the police. The two large synagogues in the city were completely demolished. All the Jewish cafes houses and shops in… More ▸