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Poles Condemn Nazi Terrorism in German Silesia

September 17, 1937
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“COMPLETELY UNSCRUPULOUS TERRORISM” ALLEGEDLY MARKING THE POLICY OF NAZI GERMANY IN THE TREATMENT OF THE POLISH MINORITY IN GERMAN SILESIA WAS CONDEMNED IN A RESOLUTION PASSED AT A MEETING AT KATOWICE TODAY OF DELEGATIONS FROM 30 POLISH ORGANIZATIONS, THE HAVAS NEWS AGENCY REPORTED.

“CONTRARY TO THE SITUATION OF THE POLISH MINORITY IN GERMANY, WHICH IS COMPLETELY OPPRESSED, THE GERMAN MINORITY IN POLAND ENJOYS ALL LIBERTIES,” THE RESOLUTION SAID.

RECALLING THAT THE GERMAN AND POLISH GOVERNMENTS RECENTLY REACHED A NEW AGREEMENT REGARDING THE TREATMENT OF MINORITIES, BUT FAILED TO PUBLISH IT, THE DELEGATES SAID THAT NO AGREEMENT ON PAPER WOULD ASSURE THE PROTECTION OF POLES IN GERMANY.

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