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Pan-germans Urge Special Taxes for Jews

May 9, 1923
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The conference of the Pan German Party in Austria has just been concluded here. A great amount pf attention was paid by the delegates to the Jewish question and it was decided to demand that the government should impose heavier taxation on Jewish bankers and Jewish capital as a whole, in order to relieve the burden of the German people in Austria.

A protest was also made against the acceptance of European Jews as residents in the city of Vienna.

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