Two protests have been made to the Danzig Government by the Polish Foreign Office, one against the Nazi Government's legislation against the employment of Poles (hundreds have already been dismissed) and the other against the refusal to allow enquiries by the Polish Consul into the recent Nazi attacks upon Polish citizens. The persistent anti-Polish activities of Danzig Nazis and the dangers to which Poles in Danzig are now subjected have created bitter feeling in Poland and relations between Germany and Poland are suffering accordingly.
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13th November 1936
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