Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Pipeline for D.P.s

In Glasgow early last summer, two young Polish Jews named Mordecai Szulc and Manick Kuper met a mysterious stranger whom they knew only as George. They were veterans of the Polish Army, and they were anxious to get to Canada. George was willing to help them, for $1,500 apiece.

With the help of relatives in England, they managed to raise the cash. A few days later, George was back with British passports and British identities (Szulc became "Ronald Drummond"; Kuper, "James Hughes"). They were also given Scottish birth certificates, plane tickets for Canada. Not long after that, the two Poles...

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