Warsaw (Jul. 1)
Abolition of the Anti-Nazi Boycott Committee in Poland was one of the conditions made by the Nazis in their negotiations with Polish representatives for the renewal of the German-Polish trade agreement, according to a dispatch from Berlin appearing in today’s Polish newspapers.
According to the report, the Jewish boycott of German goods had been so effective that the German exports to Poland dropped from 496 million marks in 1928 to only slightly more than eight million marks in 1934.
This makes all the clearer the recent acts of the Polish government, which suppressed all activities of the Boycott Committee and ordered its individual members to refrain from resuming efforts to push the boycott.
The Committee was originally organized yb the Jews with the tacit approval of the government. This was at a time when Poland feared the ambitions of the Nazis in Danzig and Upper Silesia. The Polish government utilized the Jewish Anti-Nazi Committee as an instrument for ousting the Germans from the Polish market.
The work of the committee was organized by the Jews with the ta-the start.