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Subject: Holocaust Calendar: November 28
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November 28


A police ordinance about Jews appearing in public restricts Jewish
citizens from moving about freely and finding places to live. (Ruerup,


Regarding compulsory labor of Polish Jews, Dr. Emil Strodthoff 
wrote, in the _V"olkischer Beobachter_:

"It gives us particular pleasure to use the beloved gentlemen of 
Abraham's seed for carrying straw and setting up camps.  Their 
hollow excuses were of no avail.  We simply went through the 
streets, collecting them, and whoever, despite a friendly request, 
thought he had no time, was soon taught better.  During a war 
there is no time to waste, and there are--thank God!--plenty of 
ways of dealing with recalcitrant Jews."  (The Black Book of 
Poland, pp. 231-232)

            			Work Cited

Poland, Ministerstwo Informacji.  The Black Book of Poland.  New 
York:  G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1942.

Ruerup, Reinhard, Ed., trans. By Werner T. Angress. Topography of
   Terror. Berlliner Festspiele GmbH, Berlin: 1987

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