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Beck Failed to Mention Acts by Reich Against Polish Jews, Press Notes

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Foreign Minister Joseph Beck’s address to the Sejm’s foreign affairs committee warning Lithuania and Czechoslovakia on treatment of Poles was followed today by articles in the Jewish newspapers pointing out that no mention was made of discrimination against Polish citizens in Germany.

Declaring that Col. Beck’s address gave clear exposition of the Polish Government’s foreign policy, the newspapers expressed regrets that he did not mention discrimination against Polish Jews in Germany, which have been the subject of representations to the Government.

In Czechoslovakia, about which Col. Beck did speak, the newspapers asserted, the situation is far less acute than in Germany.

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