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Japan Reported Snubbing “axis” on Anti-jewish Measures

The Japanese Government has rejected the request of Italian Foreign Minister Galeazzo Ciano for cooperation with the Rome-Berlin axis in anti-Jewish measures on the ground of Japan’s “traditional policy of racial equality,” A.J. Cummings reports in the News-Chronicle, but Tokyo agreed to tighten up immigration regulations to prevent an increase in the present Jewish population. Mr. Cummings asks: “Do the Japanese realize that in Nazi circles they themselves are under grave suspicion as non-Aryans of an inferior type?”

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