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9 December 1918

The Supreme People’s Council protests against abuses by German military formations

On the Polish territories of the Prussian Partition, the activity of German military forces called “Heimatschutz”, which were causing anxiety among Poles, was observed. In relation to this, the Supreme People’s Council sent a protest against the abuses of German commanders to the government in Berlin. According to the authors of the protest, the behaviour of “Heimatschutz” “is clear proof of anti-Polish and anti-revolutionary activity.”