The hope that there will be interdenominational amity among Jews as well as Christians during the coming year is expressed by Premier Julius Gomboes of Hungary in a Christmas message to Hungarians in America issued through the Amerikai Magyar Nepsvava of New York.
Premier Gomboes, who was formerly the leader of the Hungarian anti-Semitic party, has repeatedly expressed his desire to treat the Jews on a parity with all other citizens of Hungary since he assumed office as Premier last September.
In his Christmas message, he declared: “In order to achieve Hungary’s rights, it is first of all necessary that our nation be united. As a believing Protestant, I fervently wish for interdenominational amity among our Christian as well as our Jewish citizenry. For I have known ever so many Jewish men of valor and other upright Jews, all of whom pray with us for the triumph of the Hungarian cause.”