Attacks on Jews Continue in Warsaw, Lublin, Posen; Jew Dies from Injuries in Train Attack
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Attacks on Jews Continue in Warsaw, Lublin, Posen; Jew Dies from Injuries in Train Attack

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A Jewish train passenger, Jeruchom Zigelheim, who was attacked by anti-Semitic students, succumbed to his injuries yesterday.

Attacks on trains continue to be prevalent in the vicinity of Lwow where serious anti-Semitic disturbances have been current for the past week since a Polish student, Jan Grotowski met his death following a drunken brawl.

Attacks were particularly current yesterday on the lines to Stanislowow. Three Jews were injured at Straij, a Jewish merchant, Rotbach, and a student, Bauer, sustaining grave hurts.

The tension in Czenstochowa reached its peak yesterday following a memorial service for Grotowski. Many Jews were severely injured by demonstrators and Jewish shops looted.

Cratic organ “Gazeta Warszawska” were smashed yesterday by students.

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