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Workers Leave Factory Due to Mistreatment

December 3, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Fifty Jewish working girls employed in the factory, Dwina, at Witebsk left the plant as a group in protest against anti-Semitic mistreatment, states a report received here from Russia.

When the girls protested to the Commissar in charge of the factory, he said anything can be done to Jews.

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