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Slovak Regime Attacks Jews; Anti-semitism Feared in Praha

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The newly-pormed autonomous Government of Slovakia, established last night after the slovaks had won their autonomy within the framework of the Czechoslovakian Republic, appeared today to be tending toward an anti-Semitic alignment.

A resolution adopted by the Slovak catholic people’s party, dominant slovakian organization, whose vice-president, joseph tiso, is premier of slovakia, declared: “we are on the side of the peoples struggling against the judaeo-marxist ideology and preaching disorder and violence. We are partisans of a friendly solution of all difficult problems, in conformity with the Munich decision.”

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