Esthonian Anti-semite Editor Gets Jail Term
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Esthonian Anti-semite Editor Gets Jail Term

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The editor of the Esthonian anti-Semitic paper, Alarm, was sentenced to a month’s imprisonment for having alleged that General Johan Laidoner, commander of the army and chairman of the League of Nations Committee for the Mosul inquiry, decided for England in the dispute because “he was a Freemason and had been bought by the Jews.”

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