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on charity. He asked the government to help the poverty-stricken Jews and expressed the hope that the Pilsudski government would “act in accordance with Polish traditions and reject the Nazi racial theory.”

Roman Rybarski, leader of the Endek anti-Semitic group in the Sejm, criticized the government for “tolerating Jewish military organizations such as the Brith Trumpeldor and the Brith Hachayal (Revisionist groups)” and for “permitting Jewish teachers in Polish schools.”

Jaca, a city of Aragon, Spain, was settled by Jews as early as the eleventh century and became the seat of a Jewish high school.

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