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20,000 Missing Jews Located Last Year Through American Jewish Congress Facilitees

January 31, 1947
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More than 20,000 missing European Jews were located in 1946 by their relatives through the facilities of the American Jewish Congress, the organization announced yesterday.

More than 64,000 inquiries were received by the Congress’ location service during the year. The names of some 400,000 Jews liberated by the Allies are avallable at the location service’s office. Its files have been built up in cooperation with other service agancies in 53 countries.

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