LONDON (Jun. 9)
Jestem Poliakem, Polish nationalist organ, reappeared today with a poorer quality of paper and larger format. The current issue, entitled “Anglo-Polish Number,” is printed half in English and denies charges of anti-Semitism, Fascism and totalitarianism. The paper claims an “effective circulation” of 2,800 and states that it twice refused offers of a Polish Government subsidy, “as we desire to remain independent.”
The Catholic Herald continues to uphold the cause of Jestem Poliakem. The Herald publishes an interview with a Polish officer violently attacking the Polish Jews and declaring the Jewish problem in Poland can be solved only by reducing their population ratio to that existing in Germany, France and Britain.