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  • Group of Jewish Children Saved from German Camp by Red Army; Ask for U.S. Relief

    A group of Jewish children who were found by the Red Army in a German camp at Chochielicze in Poland arrived in the town of Zaglebie Dabrowskie, according to information reaching the Federation of Jewish Relief Organizations here today. The children come from Czestochowa, Bedzin, Zarek, Zabuzna and Plock. Their parents have disappeared. Originally the… More ▸

  • Jews in Poland Given Representation on Commission Investigating Oswiecim Crimes

    The Central Committee of the Jews of Poland is represented on a special commission which has been appointed to investigate the crimes committed by the Germans at the Oswiecim camp, it was announced today in a broadcast by the Polish Provisional Government. The commission held its first meeting last Monday in Cracow, the broadcast said…. More ▸

  • 2,000 Budapest Jews Return from Oswiecim Camp; 20,000 More Survivors Are Expected

    About 2,000 Hungarian Jews from the Oswiecim death camp have already returned to Budapest it was reported here today by a Jewish leader who has just arrived from the liberated hungarian capital. Another 20,000 Jewish survivors are expected to be brought from Oswiecim to Budapest within the next few days, he said. He emphasized that… More ▸

  • Russia Repatriates 3,000 Czechoslovak Jews Liberated from Gestapo Camp in Poland

    A transport of 3,000 Czechoslovakian Jewish survivors from the notorious Oswiecim camp arrived yesterday in the liberated Czechoslovakian town of Kosice, it was reported here today. They travelled on Soviet trains. Transports of Rumanian Jews repatriated by the Soviet authorities from Transnistria to Rumania are arriving daily via Jassy and Galatza. They are being met… More ▸

  • 2,000 Transylvanian Jews, Liberated from Oswiecim, Brought to Their Homes for Passover

    More than 2,000 Jewish survivors from the notorious Oswiecim concentration camp will celebrate Passover in their home towns in Northern Transylvania from where they were deported when that part of Transylvania was annexed by the pro-Nazi Hungarian regime. The liberated group reached Transylvania today from Poland, on special trains sent by the Rumanian Government. Another… More ▸

  • Rumania Sends Trains to Poland to Bring Back Liberated Transylvanian Jews

    The Rumanian Gevernment today announced that special trains will be sent to Cracow, Western Poland, to bring back to their home towns about 12,000 Transylvanian Jews who were liberated by Russian troops from the notorious Nazi concentration camp at Oswiecim and who are now in Cracow awaiting repatriation. Evidence presented yesterday at the trial of… More ▸

  • First of 70,000 Greek Jews Deported by Nazis Return to Ateens

    Radio Athens today reported that the first of the 70,000 Greek Jews carried off by the Germans to concentration camps in the Reich and in Poland has returned to the Greek capital from a camp in Southern Poland after being Liberated by the Russians. Only 300 of the 2,000 Greek Jews who were in the… More ▸