chapter  31
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Oegota appeals for funds to rescue Polish Jews

The prime minister’s words . . . about extending aid to the ill-fated Jewish population found a lively response here . . . but in order for documents to remain of large-scale humanitarian activity by the Polish population . . . great amounts of funds are needed for establishing aid centres, for continuous and not merely haphazard assistance to the victims, for the inclusion of as many victims as possible, and for reaching wherever aid is needed, wherever it is still possible to release a person from the hands of the criminals.