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Polish Police Continue Arrests of Jews As 45 Are Apprehended

July 1, 1934
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Polish police raided the Jewish Tailors Association, according to reports reaching here from Warsaw, arresting the forty-five members of the group present at the headquarters of the organization. They were taken to police headquarters, where they are being detained.

Nathan Buxbaum, Aaron Wahl, M. Winder, Rosenbaum and Zavetzky, Jewish working class leaders, arrested by the Pilsudski police and who were reported to have been released, are still imprisoned, it was learned today. The case against the men is now in the hands of an examining magistrate.

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