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Punishment for aiding fugitive Jews in German occupied Poland – Announcement (Translated into English)

ANNOUNCEMENT

Concerning:
Sheltering fugitive Jews.

Let it be known: In accordance with the General Government decree concerning residence restrictions, dated October 15, 1941, Jews who leave a Jewish district without authorization are subject to punishment by death.

Pursuant to that decree, persons who knowingly provide shelter to, supply food to, or sell food to such Jews are also subject to punishment by death.

Non-Jewish persons are therefore warned not to:
1. provide shelter to Jews,
2. supply food to Jews,
3. sell food to Jews.

city of Czestochowa, September 24, 1942
(signed) Governor Dr. Franke

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