Foreign News: Vital Statistics

Comparing Russian, British and U.S. statistics, Moscow radio this week estimated that after 37 months of war 20,000,000 European men and women are dead, wounded or missing. In Occupied Europe, exclusive of Russia, 5,700,000 persons have been driven by war from their homes; 930,000 have been tortured by the Gestapo; 1,790,000 have been imprisoned; 4,000,000 have been taken for forced labor into Germany and Poland.


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