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March 13, 1924
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In reply to Von Graefe’ charge that Jews from bordering countries were being smuggled into Germany, the Government replied that investigations show that there are only a few thousand Eastern Jews in Germany and not hundreds of thousands as charged. About two-third of the refugee Jews have left Berlin, and there are only about 1,000 in the Ruhr at the present time.

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