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Reisen Admitted to Poland when Writers Intervene

December 5, 1928
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Abraham Reisin, Yiddish novelist, who is on his way from New York to Soviet Russia, was granted a visa to visit Poland.

The Polish Consular authorities originally refused him permission to enter the country. Upon intervention of the Jewish Writers’ and Journalists’ Association with the Polish Foreign Office, the permission was granted.

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