Foreign News: What Can Be Done?

The cries from the ghettos of German Europe triphammered on Britain's national conscience. No Briton, secure in his island of freedom, could long forget that the Nazis were still killing and maiming Jews by the thousands. But the Jews needed more than pity.

> Colonial Secretary Oliver Stanley announced last week that the Government would allow 29,000 Bulgarian, Hungarian and Rumanian Jews to enter Palestine. His report was received in England with mixed rejoicing and fury. To demands that the quota be enlarged, Stanley replied: "Stability in the Middle East [i.e., the Arabs] must be considered." > A pamphlet, Let My...

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