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Jews Fleeing Germany Unwelcome in France

October 26, 1923
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Among the 25,000 refugees in Germany who, it is understood, have been granted visas by the French authorities to leave Germany and enter France, there is a large body of Jews, mostly workers formerly employed in the Ruhr ### industries.

Although the majority of them have experienced no difficulty in finding employment on arrivinal in France, a section of the press attacks the government for facilitating their admission.

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