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Expel Jewish Repatriates from Poland

August 22, 1923
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A considerable number of Jews who had been repatriated from Russia have recently been expelled from Poland by order of the Polish Ministry of Interior.

The repatriates, it is pointed out, were all legally entitled to reside in Poland, as they could not otherwise have obtained the visa of the Polish Consul in Russia nor would they have been able to pass the Polish border, if their papers were not in perfect order.

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