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Roumanian Anti-semites to Adopt German Methods in Anti Jewish Campaign

September 13, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The adoption of German methods by the anti-Semitic movement in Roumania was predicted here today with the return from Germany of Zelea Codrianu.

Zelea Codrianu, who was the hero of Roumanian anti-Semites in the spectacular trial for the murder of Manciu, the Jassy chief of police, of which he was acquitted, returned today from Germany where he studied the methods of the German anti-Semites.

It was stated here today that Codrianu would assume the leadership of the Hakenkreuzler student bodies in Roumania.

Simjon Argintiu, and two other peasants, Campeanu and Bejenaru, responsible for the murder of the family of the Jewish farmer Prokupez in the village of Tineschiti, Bessarabia, were arrested, despatches received from Kishineff state.

The apprehension of the murderers was due to the energetic investigation initiated by state attorney Popes and chief of police Causchogiu.

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