Radom, Poland (Dec. 3)
Almost the entire Jewish population of this city participated in funeral services for Monisch
Poznanski, who died as a result of injuries received in an anti-Semitic attack.
Poznanski was one of the Jewish population of Klwow near Ordzy-wol which, fearing further disturbances, journeyed by foot to Radom. Anti-Semites attacked them on the way, injuring ten, four of whom, including Poznanski, were injured so seriously that it was necessary to remove them to the hospital.
The other three in the hospital are Hersch Wroplewski, who is not expected to survive; Mendel Poznanski, suffering from fracture of both arms and Faiga Skamski, who has a fractured nose.