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J.t.a. Correspondent Deported from Poland; Criticized Treatment of Emigrants

March 17, 1950
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B. Zilberberg, correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in Poland, was ordered to leave Poland by the Polish authorities because of an article in which he criticized the fact that Jews emigrating from the country are not permitted to take their personal effects with them.

Mr. Zilberberg arrived in London today. The article to which the Polish authorities took exception appeared in the London Jewish Chronicle, a weekly publication.

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