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Call on Jewish Communities to Aid League Societies

December 5, 1923
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A call to establish Jewish League of Nations Societies to be affiliated with the “Internationale Associations Pour Societe Nations” , whose headquarters are in Brussels, has gone out from the Committee of Jewish Delegations here signed by Nahum Sokolow, President, and Leo Motzkin, Secretary.

The call is addressed in Jewish national councils, communities, federations, congresses, and parliamentary clubs, Representatives of organized Jewry, in particular in countries where there are large Jewish communities are urged to stimulate the pro-League societies.

The Internationale at present comprises 34 Leagues in different countries. It is pointed cut that the Jews as such are without representation especially at the annual conferences of the Internationale where minority questions affecting Jews are constantly raised.

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