A Jewish wedding took place today in the room formerly reserved for Adolf Hitler at the Lorenz Hotel in Brunswick. The bridegrcom was a London Jewish soldier J. Sampson. The bride was a 22-year-old Jewish girl from Poland, Bela Banesz, who was deported by the Nazis from Lodz to Oswiecim. The marriage ceremony was performed by Major I. Levy, a chaplain in the British Army.
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