Another contingent of Jews released from German concentration camps — consisting of about 1,000 persons – is expected to arrive in Geneva within the next few days, it is reported today by Reuter’s.
It was learned here today that a group of 137 Jews, the majority of them holders of Turkish passports, are included in the transport of 700 Allied nationals which is expected to arrive in Sweden this week from Germany.
The group will proceed to Turkey by way of Lisbon. It is composed of 99 Jews released from the Bergenbelzen camp, 32 from the Ravensbruck camp and six from Theresienstadt. They were exchanged for German nationals.
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