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Baruch and Meyer May Go on Reparation Conference

October 31, 1923
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At least two Jews are prominently mentioned in all the conjectures now rife here with regard to the probable American appointees to the Reparations Inquiry Commission if the projected conference suggested by Secretary Hughes materializes. They are Dernard Baruch, Industrial Expert under President Wilson, and Eugene Meyer Jr., Chairman of the War Finance Corporation.

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