Labor Conference Asks League to Aid Victims of the Nazis
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Labor Conference Asks League to Aid Victims of the Nazis

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The International Labor Conference, in plenary session, today adopted a resolution asking the League of Nations to intervene in behalf of the refugees from Germany and, through the International Labor Office, investigate the situation without infringing upon any of the rights of Germany in internal matters. The resolution was carried by the impressive vote of 80 to 2, the Portuguese and Finnish representatives voting against it.

The resolution, formulated earlier by a committee for presentation to the conference, was the subject of a striking discussion today. The Dutch labor delegate, M. Kupers, urging transmission of the resolution to the League, described eloquently the persecution of the Jews in Germany and appealed to the League to intervene before it is too late to protect the oppressed. He indicated the urgent need of co-

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