Religion: Wandering Jews

> Not a Jew is left in Memel and Danzig.

> The number of Jews in Greater Germany has dropped from 760,000 to about 250,000 since the Nazis came to power.

> Warsaw's ghetto had more than ten times as many deaths (4,290) as births (396) last June. In all Poland Jewish deaths since the start of World War II have been five times the normal rate—300,000 in two years.

These were high lights of a 151-page report, Jews in Nazi Europe, released last week by Manhattan's Institute of Jewish Affairs. The volume covers 8,500,000...

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