PRAGUE (Mar. 21)
Further measures against the Jews were taken here with German approval in the “protected” provinces of dismembered Czecho-Slovakia. In Prague the wheat monopoly office banned sales to “non-Aryan” merchants and accepted the resignation of all Jews on its administrative staff. “Non-Aryan” were expelled from the list of authorized exporters.
At Bratislava, Hilinka Guard chiefs ordered the requisitioning of all Jewish-owned automobiles not “absolutely necessary” to the existence of their proprietors. Fifty-four Jews were arrested at Ternava after the explosion of a bomb in front of the home of the local Nazi leader At Malacky a synagogue was transformed into a garage. Jews were reportedly forced to scrub the sidewalks.