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Warsaw Fascisti Threatens Jews

November 15, 1923
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The proprietors of the Jackozki Cafe in Sachsengarten are in receipt of a warning signed by the Central Fascisti Committee not to admit Jewish patrons on the penalty of having the cafe blown up.

During the general strike last week a mob of Fascisti stormed this cafe, beating the Jewish guests. Fifty Fascists were arrested on the spot, while one hundred made their escape.

Preparatory to the trial of the fifty which is pending, it is announced that revolvers, rifles and iron bars were found in the prisoners’ possession.

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