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Hungarian Premier Promises Strictness in Executing Law on Jews

The utmost strictness in carrying out the law curbing Jews in the economic and cultural life of the nation was pledged by Premier Bela Imredy in an address at kaposvar. Establishment of chambers in the realms of stage, screen and journalism, the Premier asserted, had realized the government’s aims of limiting the “excessive” Jewish influence in the country’s industrial and spiritual life, which was an “unhealthy manifestation and undesirable from the viewpoint of national interests and social peace.”

“The Government regards it necessary,” he declared, “to carry out the Jewish law with the utmost strictness not only because it is morally obliged to carry out a law initiated by its predecessors, but also because it is convinced that in doing so it is performing a national service.”