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Slovakian Official Blames Jews for 1938 Frontier Delimitation

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The Nazi newspaper Essener National Zei tung reports that Slovakian Interior Minister Ferdinand Durcanski, addressing a meeting of Young Peasants at Presov, charged that the Jews were responsible for the “unfavorable delimitation” of the Hungaro-Slovak frontier in 1938. Durcanski was also quoted as announcing that Jews would be completely eliminated from Slovakian life.

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