Between classes these DP students at the Lauf Language Training Institute near Nurnberg, brush up on English by reading magazines and listening to radio programs. Both young men plan to return to their camps at the end of three months and conduct English classes for other DP's hoping to be resettled.
Left to right, Jurij Hranovsky, 24-year old Ukrainian, who was taken to Germany in 1942 as a prisoner of war and is now in Mittenwald DP camp where his father is an Othordox priest, and Dmytro Szafran, 22, who was a forced laborer. Hranosky, who learned English while working for the U.S. Army, hopes to go to the United States. Szafran would like to go either to America or Australia.