U.S. and Britain Charged with Allowing Anti-semitism to Grown in Germany Unchecked
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U.S. and Britain Charged with Allowing Anti-semitism to Grown in Germany Unchecked

The United States and Britain were charged here today with allowing anti-Semitism in Germany to grow unchecked. The charge was voiced by Rabbi Abraham L. Fineberg, of Toronto, following a visit to Germany.

“The chief concern of the governments of the United States and Britain is to put Germany on its feet,” he said in a statement to the press. “All other problems are considered as secondary. German anti-Semitism is allowed to grow without being checked. The Jews remaining in Germany are potential hostages in the hands of new Nazis.”

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