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Germany Gives Temporary Asylum to 300 Refugees

April 10, 1923
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Three hundred Russian Jewish refugees expelled from Poland have been admitted temporarily to Germany. They will be permitted to stay for several months.

The privilege of temporary asylum here for the refugees was obtained by Dr. Spiegel of the Red Cross who interceded for them, and whose interest in them was aroused by their distressing condition.

The anti-Semitic press severely condemns the government for granting the privilege to the few hundred Jews.

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