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Polish Government Ignores Jewish Sejm Members

October 20, 1924
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The Jewish members of the Polish Sejm were among the National Minorities’ Parliamentary representatives who were ignored by the Polish Government when a political, economic conference was called in connection with the opening of the Parliamentary Session. Invitations were sent to only the purely Polish factions of the House. The Government did not deem it necessary to hear the voice of the National Minorities on the political and economic problems of the country.

However, the President of the Republic, when giving a state dinner at the Belvedere, invited the Jewish deputies, Kirschbraun, Farbstein and Weinzieher.

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