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    The Prussian State Council has modified the amnesty law adopted by the Diet, so that it does not apply to desecrators of cemeteries. It is also learned that the participants in the disturbances in Kurfuerstendam on the Jewish New Year will not be released. More ▸

  • Nazi Party Attempts Foothold in Many Lands

    The extent to which the Nationalist-Socialist party of Germany is attempting to secure a foothold in other countries of the world is revealed in the Nationalist-Socialist organ “Trust-worthy Nationalist-Socialist Letters from Abroad”, which is published in Hamburg. In a single issue of the magazine are to be found letters from Nazi correspondents in Barcelona, Spain;… More ▸

  • Anti-jewish Disturbances Are Renewed in Vienna

    Three Jews, directors of the club, were injured in the Nazi midnight atack on the International country club, it was learned yesterday. The police are searching for the organizers of the attack. The Nazis claim, however, that the attack was a provocation by the Marxists. More ▸

  • News Brief

    Six months imprisonment will be meted out to any one agitating for a boycott against Jewish firms in Meiningen according to a decision handed down by the local court in connection with the distribution of anti-Jewish boycott leaflets. The boycott agitation against the Jews has spread to Hamburg and is menacing many Jewish firms, the… More ▸

  • Harbin Revisionists Protest to Inquiry Commission Against British Government

    A group of Zionist Revisionists resident in Harbin have submitted a memorandum protesting against what is termed a breach of treaty on the part of Great Britain as the Mandatory for Palestine, to the Inquiry Commission appointed by the League of Nations to look into the situation in the Far East. The Inquiry Commission consists… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Anti-Jewish disturbances recurred at the University of Vienna. Several Jewish students were beaten up, and others were thrown out of the university buildings. More ▸

  • Lithuania to Act for Nationals in Germany

    The Lithuanian Government has instructed its Berlin Embassy to make investigations as to whether Lithuanian Jewish nationals will be affected by the Prussian confiscation law providing for the confiscation of the property of East European Jews who entered Germany after August 1, 1914. The Lithuanian government, it is learned, will take strong measures to protect… More ▸

  • Jew Who Refused to Vote for Cuzists Killed by Cuzist Agitator

    A Jew in Falticeni, Itzig Nuhem, was killed by a Cuzist agitator, George Gheorgesi, because he declared he would not vote for the Cuzist candidates. The murder was committed in connection with the Cuzist election agitation. Nuhem was beaten up and sustained severe head injuries to which he succumbed. A protest was entered with the… More ▸

  • Makes £250 Gift to Palestine Institutions

    The “Assicurazioni Generali,” an insurance company operating in fifty lands, has distributed the sum of £250 to leading Jewish and Arab causes in Palestine on the occasion of the celebration of the one hundred anniversary of its founding last month. Of this sum £50 was assigned to the Hebrew University; £50 to the two chief… More ▸