Foreign News: That's the Place!

The towheaded boy in the blue suit had an angry, muttering mob at his heels. Straight to Kielce's ghetto he led them, to cobblestoned Planty Street, where nearly all the city's surviving 800 Jews lived. The boy stopped in front of a three-story apartment building, pointed, cried: "That's it—that's the place!"

The boy, whose name was Henryk Blasczyk, said that he had been held prisoner in the building, that he had seen the bodies of 15 Gentile children killed by the Jews, that he had escaped through a broken window. The myth of ritual murder by Jews is an ancient one...

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