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Cuza Cancels Trip in Fear of Jewish Butchers

October 10, 1923
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Fearing that the Jewish butchers were preparing to slice him up, Professor Cuza, leader of the Roumanian anti-Semites, decided to defer his visit to Ordeamare.

In aticipation of Cuza’s arrival, anti-Semites of this and neighboring towns arrived in Ordeamare, ready to receive their leader enthusiastically.

Cuza, however, got wind of a report that the Jewish butchers of the town, which is a large Jewish center were coming to meet him with but their butcher knives. Cuza decided to take no chances at being sliced up for dog meat and cancelled the trip.

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