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Poland Faces Shortage of Bread

February 5, 1937
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The Associated Press reported today from Warsaw that the danger of a bread shortage had led the Government to forbid export of rye and rye flour until the new harvest was reaped. Domestic prices have continued to rise since exporters met at Danzig two weeks ago and agreed to a temporary suspension of shipments, the A.P. said.

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