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Stalin Charged with Anti-semitism by Yugoslav Communist

The New York Times reports today from Belgrade that Borba, organ of the Yugoslav Communist Party, carried a front-page article analyzing anti-Semitic currents in the Soviet Union and attributing an anti-Semitic attitude directly to Premier Stalin.

The article, written by Milovan Djilas, one of the four principal leaders of the Communist Party in Yugoslavia and a member of it Politburo predicts a Soviet-directed purge of Hungarian Premier Matyas Rakosi and his Vice Premier Erno Geroe, both Jews, as well as the prominent Soviet propagandist Hya Ehrenburg. Of Mr. Ehrenburg, also a Jew, M. Djilas said he was singing his “swan songs” at the Soviet-inspired peace conferences

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