The names of eleven men who were sent to the newly established concentration camp for political offenders at Baraza Kartuska were made public today by the Polish government. The list includes ten leaders of the anti-Semitic Nara organization and one Jew, Aron Skrobek, secretary of the Jewish textile workers union, who was accused of being a Communist.
Sigmunt Dziarmaga, editor of
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