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Anti-semitic Group in Argentina Splits; Fart Embraces Communist Line

The anti-Semitic Tacuara movement in Argentina has split into two wings, one group embracing Communist orientation while the Tacuara leader, Alberto Ezcurra, insists on pursuing the organization’s policy of priority on acti-Semitism, New York Times reported from Buenos Aires today.

The dispatch noted that Tacura had undergone one earlier split, when some members formed an ultra-right-wing faction, calling itself the Guardia Restauradora Nacionalsista. The major Tacuara movement has constantly boasted of its overt anti-Semitism and its allegiance to Hitlerite principles.