Page 9, 2nd February 1940

2nd February 1940
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Page 9, 2nd February 1940 — POLISH REFUGEES IN NORTH-EAST Military Attache for Legion Recruiting
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POLISH REFUGEES IN NORTH-EAST Military Attache for Legion Recruiting

Of the great number of Polish refugees exiled in the North-East, more than fifty per cent. of the male members have now Mined the Polish Legion or have been absorbed in industry and commerce in the North.

To cope with recruitment for the Polish Legion, an Assistant Military Attache appointed from London has taken up quarters at the Polish Con.

sulate in Newcastle. Some of the priests have enlisted, others have been appointed in England and America.

PRINTER ACCEPTED BY UNION Of those absorbed in the civil life of the North, Mr Pan Werner is assisting in the Polish Consulate in Newcastle. while Mr Mateusz Opalinski has been accepted as a printer by the Newcastle Typographical Association.

Only one Pole has been able to obtain news of his wife's safety in Poland He wrote to a friend in Denmark, who made the journey into Poland in order to trace the refugee's family.




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