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Warsaw Jews Uneasy About Friends in Berlin

November 9, 1923
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Offices of the Jewish newspapers here are besieged night and day by anxious crowds demanding information as to the state of affairs in Berlin. Jews having friends and relatives in Berlin are impatiently waiting to hear that all is well with their kinsmen in the German capital. As a large number of the Jews in Berlin are from Eastern Europe and since many are Polish citizens, numeroustelegraphic inquiries are being sent from here to the Polish Minister in Berlin.

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