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Socialist International Protests Polish Anti-semitism

June 29, 1937
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A resolution protesting against the Polish Government on the ground it permitted anti-Jewish terrorism was made public today by the Executive of the Second (Socialist) International.

Another resolution condemned efforts to force Jewish emigration from Poland, declaring that the Jews were an integral part of the Polish population.

Both resolutions were adopted after the executive heard a report on the Jewish situation from the Bund, Jewish Socialist party in Poland.

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