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Anti-semitic International Adopts Anti-jewish Hymn Modelled After “marseillaise”

August 24, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

An international anti-Jewish song, modelled after the song of the French revolution, the “Marseillaise,” was adopted as the hymn of the anti-Semitic International, according to Count Reventlow, leader of the German monarchists and anti-Semites.

Count Reventlow, writing in the “Deutsches Tagezeitung,” reports that some time ago a secret anti-Semitic international congress was held, in which Englishmen, Frechmen, Germans, Poles, Hungarians, Roumanians and Czecho-Slovakians participated.

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