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Warsaw marks March '68 at Gdanski railway station

March 8th, 2018

Warsaw on Thursday marked the 50th anniversary of March 1968 student protests in Poland which kindled a government-backed anti-Jewish campaign and resulted in the expulsion of many Polish Jews from the country. The anniversary commemorations took place at a memorial plaque to the events at Warsaw's Gdanski railway station , from where most of the Jewish expellees left Poland for Austria and Sweden after being stripped of their Polish citizenship and issued a one-way travel document. Attending among others were Israeli Ambassador to Poland Anna Azari and Poland's Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich. In a letter to the commemoration participants, President Andrzej Duda recalled that the Gdanski station "was a witness to the drama of Polish Jews and Poles."


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