Bucharest (Sep. 15)
A serious breach in the recently united front established by the two leaders of Rumania’s anti-
Semitic movement, Prof. Alexander Cuza and Prof. Octavius Goga, has developed over a disagreement between the two on the question of attending the Nazi Party Congress at Nuremberg, it was learned here today.
Prof. Goga who had joined last July with Prof. Cuza in forming the Christian Party was opposed to accepting the invitation extended the party’s leaders by the Nazis. Prof. Cuza insisted that the party be represented.
The split is expected to have serious consequences for the future of the anti-Semitic movement in Rumania. It constitutes, also, a powerful setback for the German Nazi Party’s foreign department which in its efforts to bring about a united anti-Semitic front in Rumania has been spending much money for propaganda among the German minority.
On July 9 last it was announced that the leaders of two anti-Semitic parties had reached an agreement and shortly thereafter the Christian Party was organized. Prof. Cuza’s organization was known as the League of Christian National Defense. Prof. Goga was head of the Rumanian Fascist Organization. The purpose of the merger was to further the demands for anti-Jewish restrictions by the Rumanian Government.