REFUGEES: The Will to Live

Every day, on their way to the Wannsee for bathing or boating, U.S. correspondents in Berlin pass a huge (3,500 inmates) D.P. camp. Last week, a TIME correspondent went through the camp gates and found Moische, a man with a will to live, and the kind of courage and enterprise that is needed by a war-wrecked world.

Two Million Needles. Moische was not any more attractive than the Europe that made him. He was dark and haggard, with sunken eyes, greasy hair and a limp. Yet Moische's story was a kind of 20th Century...

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