Argentine Charges Spain, Ireland, Austria Are Centers of Neo-nazism
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Argentine Charges Spain, Ireland, Austria Are Centers of Neo-nazism

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Spain, Ireland and Austria constitute today “a strong triangle of the Nazi movement,” an outstanding member of the Union Civica Radical del Pueblo, the Government party, declared here today.

The statement was made by Dr. Silvano Santander, a Union Civica leader, who represented the Argentine United Front Against Anti-Semitism at the recent Paris conference of the Union of Resistance and Deportation. He and the other Argentine representative to that parley, Dr. Samuel Daien, of La Plata, just returned from Paris. Dr. Santander said that, lately, Nazis and neo-Nazis have changed their tactics and followed social conditions which Hitler had ignored. “But,” he declared, “they maintain unaltered their anti-Semitic propaganda as the easiest means for channeling political frustrations.”

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