Belgrade (May. 24)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Representations to the government of Jugoslavia of the danger of anti-Semitic excesses resulting from the expected arrival of the remains of Wrangel’s army were made by leaders of the Jewish community.
It was learned here that 3,000 soldiers of the former army of General Wrangel, the leader of the White forces which fought in the Crimea against the Soviets, will soon come to Jugoslavia from Turkey, where they were stationed since 1921.