Adolf Hitler, leader of the German anti-Semites and defeated general of the Bavarian Beer Revolution, will not be permitted to enter Austria. If he crosses the border he will be interned and held for deportation. Such instructions were issued today by the Austrian Government to the frontier authorities in view of the fact that Hitler, who is now imprisoned in Bavaria, is to be sent to Austria, his former country.
The Austrian government claims that by reason of Hitlers absence from Austria for twelve years, he has lost his citizenship.
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