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Emigration from Poland Shows Marked Decrease, Warsaw Conference Told

January 10, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

A marked decrease in emigration from Poland during 1927 was reported to the third conference of the Jewish Emigration Society which opened here. During 1927 emigration from Poland to overseas countries amounted to 44,510, including 12,252 Jews. Of the 80,387 who left for other countries on the continent 1,747 were Jews. The statistics show a marked decrease from that of 1926 when 167,509 emigrants left the country, of whom 25,285 were Jews.

The income of the Society during 1927 was 122,890 Zlotys, including the subvention of the Hicern of 21.200 Zlotys and the government subsidy of 11,000 Zlotys. A larger government subsidy will be given in 1928.

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