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A Town in Alsace Exclusively Jewish

November 28, 1923
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In the provinces of Alsace and Lerraine, there is no town or village, however small, without its church, Catholic or Protestant, except one town only. Foussemagne. Here the traveller is surprised to find not only no church, but not even a cross anywhere. On the other hand, there is a very fine synagogue. On inquiry, it is found that all the inhabitants of Foussemagne, 2,000 persons, are Jews.

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