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German Democrats Decry Attacks on Jews

December 14, 1923
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The “un-christian” agitation against the Jews is decried in a resolution adopted at the convention of the German Democratic Party in which leading Ministers of religion and prominent industrialists participated.

The Democrats declared that the under of Rathenau disgraced Germany’s name throughout the world. It is the duty of the State to defend or protect Jewish rights in the same measure as it devolves upon Jews to serve Germany’s interests and ideals, the resolution adds.

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