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Jewish Police Official in Poland Gains Distinction

August 27, 1924
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Herman Czerwinski, a Jewish Polish police official in the capital of Poland, holds the distinction of being the first Jew in the resurrected Polish Republic to be granted the bronze cross for valuable work for the Polish State. He was decorated by the Minister of the Interior for his assistance in organizing the Investigation Department of the Polish Police.

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