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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) Eugeniusz Jagiełło (Polish pronunciation: [ɛwˈɡɛɲʲuʂ jaˈɡʲɛwːɔ]; b.1873 in Warsaw, d. 1947 in Warsaw[1]) was a Polish socialist politician, a member of the Polish Socialist Party - Left, elected deputy to the Fourth Duma from the city of Warsaw. The elections to the Warsaw electoral college had been won by Jewish parties, whom mustered 46 electoral votes whilst the non-Jewish bloc gathered 34. However the Jewish bloc decided to elect a Polish Duma member, in an attempt not to inflame anti-semitic feelings towards the Jewish community. Initially the Jewish bloc had approached Kucharzewski, but he declined the nomination. Thus the Jewish bloc had turned to Jagiełło, electing him as the deputy from Warsaw.[2] Once in the Duma, the Bolsheviks strongly objected to his admission to the Social-Democratic group because he was elected with the support of the bourgeoisie and the electoral bloc consisting of the Polish Socialist Party - Left and the Bund. Under the pressure of Bolshevik deputies his rights in the group were restricted: on all internal Party matters he had voice but no vote.[3] References ^ http://www.chronologia.pl/data-18-12.html ^ Minczeles, Henri. Histoire générale du Bund: un mouvement révolutionnaire juif. Paris: Editions Austral, 1995. pp. 217-218 ^ Lenin: The Working Class And Its ’Parliamentary’ Representatives Persondata Name Jagiello, Eugeniusz Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1873 Place of birth Date of death 1947 Place of death This article about a Polish politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e