Jewish Emigrants Return to Poland from Argentine
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Jewish Emigrants Return to Poland from Argentine

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Large numbers of Jews who emigrated from Poland to Argentine have returned to Poland in recent months. They returned under most difficult circumstances, working their way on cattle ships. They declared that they found it impossible to make a living in Argentine. Those who remained in Argentine are starving, they stated.

The Warsaw Jewish Emigrant Aid Society directed a memorandum to the French Ambassador in Warsaw with regard to the emigration of Jewish workers from Poland to France. The memorandum complained of difficulties encountered in securing visas, by Jewish workers who have employment contracts in France.

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