Toward rescuing the persecuted peoples of Europe from their persecutors the world last week made slow but steady progress.

> The Czecho-Slovak Government, in sharp contrast to Nazi Germany's crude attempt to cash in on world sympathy for the plight of the Jews, announced that it would finance the emigration of 10,000 Jews and non-Jews who had fled to Czecho-Slovakia from Germany, Austria and the Sudetenland. Money for the evacuation will come largely from Great Britain's $50,000,000 loan to Czecho-Slovakia; the rest will be donated by the Government.

Half of the 10,000...

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