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August 24, 1926
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Mutual accusations of secret dealings with Jews are on the calendar of the daily business of Roumanian anti-Semites.

The quarrels which started at the congress of the Christian League held in Jassy last week and which led to the split in the party, continue in the press. Alexander Cuza, in an article in the “Apararea Nazionale” accuses the editor of the anti-Semitic paper, “Cuvintul,” of being in a bank partnership with a Jew named Reiff. In reply, the “Cuvintul” accuses the editor-in-chief of the “Apararea Nazionale,” Vasiliu, stating that he is in partnership with a Jew, Tishler, in a timber trust.

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