Bleakest prospect facing the permanent Refugee Organization, which gets down to work this week in London, is to persuade the German Government to allow refugee Jews to carry out of the country most of their property or cash. Despite warm words of idealism doled out at Evian-les-Bains few weeks ago when the permanent Organization was set up, the hard fact remains that no nation is willing to receive penniless Jews.

Speaking for His Britannic Majesty's Government during a closing session of the House of Lords last week, the Earl of Plymouth, Parliamentary Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs, gloomed: "Unless collaboration...

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