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Jewish Financiers Accused of Backing Horthy Regime

April 11, 1924
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The House of Roths-child, Otto H. Kahn, the well-known American banker and other influential Jewish firms are charged with participating in a strange international Jewish alliance to lend support to the anti-Semitic supporting evidence, the local financial newspaper “Neuwirtschaft” made this charge today. It goes on to say that the Rothschilds, particularly of London, are helping the present Hungarian Government to float an international loan. Otto Kahn is accused or being the head of an American concern which is negotiating loans for Hungary.

The painter, Delazlo, who is a baptized Hungarian Jew, and who now resides in England, with access to the highest society circles there, is responsible, the paper claims, for the welcome that was given to Prime Minister Bethlen, who was recently received by King George.

Sir Henry Strakosch, the South African banker, and representative of the League of Nations in Hungary, is charged with eliminating from the currency stabilization plan all features which would affect unfavorably the Horthy regime.

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