The Dutch Jews founded some aid committees for the relief of the immigrants from Germany. The Dutch government has set aside some land reclaimed from the Zuider See, about 30 Km from Alkmaar, for assistance. In the Wieringer Work Settlement that has arisen here, Jewish young people have been trained in agriculture and handcrafts. This has been accomplished through the agency of Dutch and foreign Jews.
About the Author: Ezra James Nollet is a retired U.S. government chemist living in Poland where he is officer of the local synagogue in Legnica. Before the Deluge appears the last week of each month.
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