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Nazis Force Jewish Doctors to Display Stars on Nameplates

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The Nazi authorities in Poland have issued an order requiring all Jewish physicians to display six-pointed Jewish stars on their nameplates, the Polish Telegraphic Agency reported today.

Two Cracow Jews have been sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment for violating the ban on kosher slaughter, according to the Nazi press.

In Warsaw, the authorities have discontinued tramway service between the ghetto and other parts of the city.

The authorities in Lodz have issued a decree forbidding Jews to enter public meeting places, gatherings and entertainments or to use electricity and gaslight after 8 p.m.

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