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Fire Causes Much Damage in Polish Town

June 2, 1929
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The only buildings left were those of the railway station at Niznow, Eastern Galicia, when a fire swept the town.

Hundreds of families, the majority of whom are Jewish, remained roofless when the town was razed. The entire property of the inhabitants was destroyed.

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