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Reich Regards Deportations of Polish Jews As Fait Accompli; Hope for Return Fades

Hope that the 12,000 Polish Jews deported from the Reich would be permitted to return dwindled today as the Polish-German conversations continued here it was learned from usually reliable (quarters that the na21s regarded the deportations as a fait accompli and were limiting the discussions to future developments concerning the 38,000 Polish Jews remaining in Germany.