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Jews Forced Removal of Crucifix, Says Anti-semitic Paper

October 1, 1923
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Jews of Baden, the famous bathing resort who participated in a Herding memorial excercise at a Baptist church there forced the removal from the church of a cross, according to a story which appeared in the “Deutscher Zeitung”.

According to this paper, American Jews who were in the majority in the church insisted on the removal of the crucifix despite the vigorous protests of the Evangelists.

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