Foreign News: Blown Up

A roar reverberated through Warsaw, capital of Poland. Police rushed in the direction from which the noise came, entered the club of the Independent Peasant Party, a near-Bolshevik group, found one Trojanovsky lying dangerously wounded in a shattered room. He had been making a bomb.

Inasmuch as the club is situate near the great Warsaw Cathedral, the police were convinced that a Polish version of the Bulgarian Sveti Krai Cathedral outrage (see below) had been planned.


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