Berlin (Nov. 25)
Eighty Jews have been expelled from German exchanges, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned today. They are: thirteen members and eight assistants in the Berlin exchange, seven brokers and four substitutes in the Frankfurt-am-Main exchange and the rest in Hamburg. Leipzig, Dresden and Dusseldorf exchanges.
The expulsions follow an order issued by Economics Minister Hjalmar Schacht last week to expel all Jewish brokers from financial and commodity exchanges.