Sixty Jewish Emigrants Settling in Spain
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Sixty Jewish Emigrants Settling in Spain

Sixty Jewish emigrants from Poland, who have been stranded for some time in Vienna and have found it impossible to obtain their visas for Palestine, have decided to proceed to Spain to settle there. The Spanish Consulate in Vienna has given them free visas. Other emigrants here are thinking of following their example, but fear that they may be sent as part of a Labour Corps from Spain to Morocco to join the Foreign Legion fighting agianst the Riffs.

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