POLAND: Corridor Port

Despite a fresh clown act in the never ending comic opera of Polish politics (see below) the Government took an important step last week toward Progress.

Purchased from the German-owned Baltic-American Line were three small but sturdy ships, the Florida, Estonia and Lithuania, which have been plowing back and forth for several years between New York and the Free City of Danzig. Now, flying the White Eagle of Poland, they will pass up poor Danzig, will call at the new and prosperous port of Gdynia, an artificial harbor constructed by Poles with mighty zeal near the tip of their famed...

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