POLAND: Refugees

After a 600-mile ride by truck from Warsaw to the southeasternmost corner of what was Poland and after surviving a German bombing raid there; after traveling by specially chartered Rumanian train to the Black Sea port of Constantsa, and after evading a German order for internment there; after aimlessly riding the eastern Mediterranean in a Turkish boat for a week; after a brief stop in Syria; after traveling to France on a French naval vessel—after these weary wanderings a symbol arrived in Paris last week. It was solid and rare—gold in bars...

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