Csmoss Quits Hungarian Nazi Party, Charging It is Financed Abroad

Dr. Nicholas Csmoss resigned today as director of the Hungarian Nazi Party, charging the party was financed from abroad and contained many pan-German propagandists. He said the party leadership had failed to investigate his charges. Resignation of Dr. Csmoss foreshadowed a split in the Nazi camp in Hungary, since he is expected to organize a new group. The party is under the nominal leadership of Capt. Ferenc Szalas, who is serving a three-year prison term for incitement.

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