International: Highly Gratifying

The International Refugee Organization has on its hands 26,000 displaced specialists—teachers, doctors, engineers, scientists. Although their skills are desperately needed in many parts of the world, they have been battering vainly for months against immigration barriers. Last week I.R.O. had its first success in placing a large group of its select men & women. Fifty-four of them, from camps all over Western Europe, boarded a plane at Rome and flew off to begin a new life in the Dominion of Pakistan.

The immigrants included Latvians, Hungarians, Yugoslavs and Russians. There were 21 doctors, a woman dentist, six nurses, a music teacher,...

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