Question of Rothschild Loan Elicits No Reply from Anglo-jewish Board

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mail Service)

The Rothschild loan to the Hungarian Government was the subject of a question raised at the last meeting of the Board of Jewish Deputies, the representative body of Anglo-Jewish Congregations and organizations.

Mr. Morris Myer rose to ask whether the Joint Foreign Committee was aware that the banking firm of the Rothschilds was going to grant a loan of £2,000,000 to the Hungarian Government, and whether in view of the numerus clausus in Hungary the Joint Foreign Committee could take steps to see that the heads of this firm should be informed about it.

No reply was given.

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