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Fascisti Urge Interning, Shooting German Jews

March 16, 1923
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National-Socialist Fascisti at a meeting here unanimously adopted a resolution urging that all Jews in Germany be interned. Those not voluntarily reporting should be shot, the resolution provides.

They also voted approval of a second resolution threatening that if the allied forces do not leave the Rhineland in the near future, all German Jews be treated as hostages and shot.

Both resolutions were adopted with much gusto.

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