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Anti-semites Urge Expulsion of Jews from Poland

February 27, 1923
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A demand that Jews be expelled from Poland was made at an anti-Semitic rally here addressed by Dmowski, leader of the Rozwoj. The Warsaw “Gazeta Warszawska” in a recent issue urged the extension of the “numerus clausus” or limitation of Jewish students to high schools as well as universities.

The anti-Semites are also preparing to introduce a measure for a “percentage norm” for Jews in commerce and industry as well, Deputy Wigadski declared in an address to Jewish merchants of Vilna.

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