"The old-style pogroms which made the life of Polish Jews a nightmare under the Czars have died out, yet the terror of anti-Semitism still haunts their three million men, women and children, one-tenth of the country's population."
"Now they are a race apart, isolated, according to Sholem Asch, a Yiddish writer who recently visited the country, like lepers. Young women in the Warsaw Ghetto look like dried skeletons, he says. Rickety children save scraps of bread from their free school lunches to feed their parents at night."
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