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Endek Demands Ghettos for Jews in Post-war Poland; Ordered to Leave Premier’s Room

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The demand that the ghettos which the Nazis have now established for Jews in occupied Poland should remain in existence even in a post-war Poland, was one of the conditions stipulated by Prof. Tadeusz Bielecki, leader of the Polish anti-Semitic Endek Party, in exchange for supporting the present Polish Government-in-exile headed by Gen. Sikorski, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned today from reliable Polish sources.

The anti-Semitic professor, who insists also on being appointed vice-Premier of the present Polish Cabinet, included this demand in a written program submitted by him in behalf of his party to Premier Sikorski. This, and a number of other similarly extremely reactionary demands which the program contained, aroused the indignation of Premier Sikorski to a point where he brusquely terminated the conversation with the Endek leader and asked him to leave the room where the two were in conference.

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