Warsaw School Head Gets Student Warning on Jews

The rector of the Warsaw Polytechnic Institute had not replied today to a threat voiced by anti-Semitic Nationalist students that the school be closed “to Jews and Communists.” The students warned that excesses would not be stopped if their demands were not heeded.

The anti-Semites also demanded reopening of the institute before the completion of an inquiry into recent disorders, attributing the disorders to “Jewish and Communist provocations.”

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