POLAND: Accord 'with Jews


Accord with Jews

Allegedly influenced by the damage inflicted to its reputation in foreign countries by the Jews, the Polish Government made an important agreement with the Jewish Poles. The accord was negotiated by Foreign Minister Count Skryzynski, who is shortly coming to the U. S., and Minister of Education Professor Stanislaw Grabski, acting for the Government. Deputies Dr. Thon and M. Reich represented the Jewish cartel in the Chamber of Deputies. Most of the credit for the move, which was thought exceedingly clever in Warsaw, was given to Count Skryzynski.


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