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Hitler Seen Spurring Anti-semitism in Poland

Charles A. Selden, London correspondent of the New York Times, describes Nazi propaganda activities in Poland and Czechoslovakia in a dispatch on the German-Japanese treaty.

He declares that “Hitler is now causing new impetus to anti-Semitism in Poland as a part of a manoeuvre to hold that country through Colonel Josef Beck, its Foreign Minister, as a German ally and to prevent its swing back to France under the influence of General Edward Smigly-Rydz, its dictator.”