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Nazi Propaganda Increasing in Yugoslavia

Increased Nazi propaganda in Yugoslavia following Austro-German Anschluss has prompted the Government to take energetic counter-measures, chiefly aimed at checking the efforts of the 800,000 German minority to buy land in the frontier districts with foreign money. Despite continuing anti-Jewish propaganda carried on by the weekly, Balkan, and other papers, public opinion is generally not anti-Semitic and is raising increasing demands for abandonment of the pro-german foreign policy, especially since recent events in Czechoslovakia.