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Jewish Students in Poland Lose Special Privilege

October 12, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Jewish students who hitherto were unable to enter Polish universities owing to the numerus clausus will in the future not be permitted to enjoy the special privilege established for them in the matter of securing passports to go abroad to study at foreign universities.

An order issued today by vice-Premier and Minister of Education Bartel withdraws the special privileges for Jewish students who will from now on have to pay the regular fee of 1,500 zlotys for foreign passports.

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