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Poland Enacts Law Denationalizing Thousands Living Abroad

March 30, 1938
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The Senate today passed a bill depriving of polish citizenship persons living abroad more than five years and any others deemed to be working injury to the Polish State. Action by the Senate made the bill law since it had Already been passed by the Sejm. The law will affect thousands of Jews living in Austria, Germany, Palestine and elsewhere. It was sponsored by the Cabinet shortly after the annexation of Austria by Germany.

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