Warsaw Govt. Will Not Bar Return to France of Polish Jews Deported by Nazis to Poland

The Warsaw Government will not bar the return to France of Polish citizens who resided here before the war and who were deported to Poland by the Germans, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was told today by Tomasz Pietka, president of the Polish Committee of National Liberation in France, who has just returned from Poland. Most of the deportees were Jews.

Legislation outlawing anti-Semitism was urged upon the French Government today in a resolution adopted at the closing session of a conference of the Union of Jewish Resistance. The 300 delegates, representing 6,000 members of Jewish resistance groups, voted to seek a merger with the Federation of Jewish Sociaties of France and suggested the calling of a European Jewish conference.

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