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58 Polish Jews Stricken from Citizenship Lists Under New Law

Fifty-eight more Polish Jews, residing mostly in France, England, America and Palestine, were today stricken from the citizenship rolls under the recently enacted law permitting such action in the case of nationals who have had no contact with Poland for five years or whose activities are considered detrimental to the State. A similar number, including a few non-Jews, were deprived of their citizenship last month.

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