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Anti-semites March in Vienna Streets Threatening Jews Unless Hitler Be Admitted to Austria

October 23, 1924
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Serions disturbances which led to conflicts with the police occurred here today on account of Adolph Hitier, leader of the German anti-Semites.

Groups of the Hakenkreutzjer, bearing banners, marched through the streets, threatening to attack the Jewish population of Vienna unless the government will reverse its decision not to admit Adolf Hitler who is expected to be released in Bavaria and sent to his native country, Austria.

The police intervened, confiscating the weapons of the Hakenkreurzler. Several policemen were injured before their efforts to restore order were successful. Many Hakenkreutzler were arrested.

That Karl Arnstein, chief constructor at the Zeppelin works at Friedrichshafen and builder of the ZR-3. was converted to Christianity two years ago is the news made known today by the Prague correspondent of the “Jewish Morning Journal.”

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