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No World Peace Possible Without Solution of Jewish Problem, Says Czech Minister

“There will be no real peace in this world until the Jewish problem is solved,” Czechoslovakian Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk declared last night at a reception given to him at the home of Max Manischewitz, attended by about 100 prominent Jewish personalities.

Dr. Masaryk emphasized that in his capacity as Czechoslovak foreign minister he is trying to convince leading diplomats of other nations of the necessity of solving the Jewish problem on a world-wide scale. He compared the Jewish sufferings under the Nazis with that of the Czechs and declared that Jews have suffered more because they are a people scattered throughout many countries.