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Will Defeat Government if Jew Remains in Office

March 12, 1924
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The anti-Semitic faction of the Thuringer Diet demanded that the provincial government dismiss the president of the State Bank Loeb, a Jew. In case the government does not comply with this demand, the leaders of the anti-Semitic faction threaten to vote a lack of confidence, which with the present alignment of parties in the Diet, would compel the government to resign.

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