Copyright © 1955 Lithuanian Students Association, Inc.
No..3-4 - July 1955
Editor of this issue: A. V. Dundzila
JOHN H. NOBLE
a native of Detroit, has been recently released by the Russians after almost 10 years of imprisonment in East Germany and in Russia. Mr. Noble was held in the prison of Dresden and in the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany, and later was transferred to the Arctic slave-labor camp in Vorkuta. There he worked in mines and lumber yards and had the opportunity to meet prisoners of various nationalities. Among these prisoners he met a considerable number of Lithuanians. At the Vorkuta camp he participated in the strike which followed the arrest of Beria and experienced its suppression.
At the present time Mr. Noble is writing a book a-bout his experiences which will be published soon.