Two Polish Jews Sentenced to Prison for Injuring Anti-Semitic Attackers

In Wilno, Poland (later Vilnius, Lithuania), two Jewish businessmen are sentenced to prison for several years because they injured two anti-Semites who attacked them.

The court also rules that they must pay their attackers 120 zlotys monthly for life as restitution.

 

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