NAZI "BLOOD FACTORY"
The Existence of a German "blood factory" in Latvia in which blood was regularly drawn from small children including babes in arms, was reported in a Soviet News Agency dispatch from Riga to-day.
"Once a week every child was subjected to vivisection," the report said. "The Germans obtained 40 gallons of blood from them daily, and production was placed on a commercial footing.
"The exhausted sick children were rarely able to withstand more than five or six operations and 10 or 15 of them died daily in each barracks."—Reuter.