Restrictions on kosher slaughtering which went into effect throughout Poland today served to cut off the last supply of meat for those in Danzig who observe Jewish dietary laws.
Danzig is sandwiched between Poland, where so little kosher slaughter is permitted that no export supplies are expected, and Germany, where Jewish ritual slaughter is entirely forbidden. The Nazi-controlled Senate of the Free City recently prohibited kosher slaughter here.
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