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Says Hitler May Spoil German Loan in U.s

April 27, 1923
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The chances of floating a German lean in the United States are “enormously injured” by the activities of Adolph Hitler, the Bavarian Fascisti leader, according to the New York correspondent of the FRANKFRTER ZEITUNG in a dispatch today.

The correspondent asserts that the belligerent nationalist, anti Semitic and monarchist tendencies are likely to affect adversely public opinion in the United States, causing American bankers to hesitate about launching the loan.

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