30,000 Jewish Employes of Jewish Firms Dismissed in Austria Under Nazi Order

Thirty thousand Jewish Employes of nearly 10,000 Jewish owned commercial and industrial enterprises in Austria were dismissed yesterday on orders from various Nazi organizations, The New York Times reported from Vienna. The orders controverted official denials that any such action had been taken. Severance pay to the employes was prohibited. Many Jewish employers were informed that their dismissed employes would be replaced today by “Aryans” sent by Nazi organizations.

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