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Date: Mon, 10 Apr 1995 23:48:37 GMT
>From: kfilan@netcom.com (kevin filan)
Subject: Re: 6 Million? who cares?
Message-ID: 

In article <3mbjj3$j5i@access4.digex.net>,
Michael P. Stein  wrote:
>In article <3mabo7$sfm@amhux3.amherst.edu>,
>Josh Klein  wrote:
>>frenesi@delphi.com wrote:
>>> If you are looking for the missing six-million, have you tried New York
>>> City or Miami Beach?
>>
>>Actually, this comedian has merely repeated what some revisionist earnestly
>>declared on this group last week: that the missing Jews _were_ in
>>America.

	I believe Les was the comedian of whom you speak.  

	After going to the library today, I got these figures from the 
_1989 Statistical Yearbook of the Immigration and Naturalization Service_:

		Immigration to the United States 1936-1945
		Immigrant Aliens Admitted for Permanent Residence

1936		36,329			1941		51,776
1937		50,244			1942		28,781
1938		67,895			1943		23,725
1939		82,998			1944		28,551
1940		70,756			1945		38,119

			Total		479,174

	Note that this is the total for _all_ immigrants during this 
period: I'm going to assume that a fair amount of Gentile (and, while 
we're at it, non-European) immigrants came in at that time. 

	There's your statistics, fellows: unless they were altered by the 
Zionist Occupying Government, it seems that these refugees aren't in 
Miami Beach and New York.  So I ask the question yet again (and note that 
I've not yet heard back from Greg Raven on this); where did the Jews of 
Eastern Europe go?

Peace
Kevin Filan

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