Adolf Hitler, the anti-Semitic leader in Lavaria, who is now imprisoned in the fortress of Landsberg for his participation in the Bavarian rising last November, will be released on October 1st, when he will have completed his sentence of six months’ imprisonment.
Anti-Semitic circles are busy speculating on the possibility of Hitler leading a new anti-Jewish movement in Bavaria on his release. The press is wondering what attitude he will take in regard to the conflict between the two anti-Semitic Parties in Bavaria, the Pan-German Anti-Semitic Party and the Parliamentary Party led by General Ludendorff.
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