Polish Emigration Council Urges Government to Aid Jewish Emigrants
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Polish Emigration Council Urges Government to Aid Jewish Emigrants

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The Polish Government was urged to consider the extraordinarily distressing situation of the Jewish population in Poland in a resolution adopted by the Polish Emigration Council.

The Emigration Council, which is a state organization, urged the authorities to assist Jewish emigrants from Poland.

Emigrants between the age of 17 and 2* are asked by the American Consulate General here to produce permission of the Polish military authorities to leave the country.

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