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Austrian Jews in England Protest Austria’s Stand on Claims

The representatives of some 40,000 Jews now living here who fled the Nazi regimes in Germany and Austria expressed their disappointment today at the failure of the Austrian Government to reach a settlement of Jewish claims and at Germany’s failure to implement adequately the pledges contained in its Federal Indemnification Law. Resolutions to this effect were adopted here at a conference of the Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain, which was attended by 60 delegates from all parts of England.