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Charge Discrimination Against Jewish Firm

December 30, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

That the Polish government intends to keep the Polish port, Gdynja, near Danzig, “free of Jews” is unofficially deducted from the inability of a Jewish firm to establish a branch office there.

A Jewish transport firm tried to purchase necessary space for storage buildings and its office in Gdynja. They encountered such great difficulties that they were compelled to abandon the idea.

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