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Two Anti-semitic Papers in Munich Confiscated

September 26, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Two anti-Semitic periodicals were confiscated yesterday by an ordinance of the chief of police here.

The ordinance affected the weekly, “Arminius,” the organ of the Voelkische party, and the bi-monthly “Front-krieger.” These periodicals published articles in which the murder of the Jewish statesman Walter Rathenau in 1923 was termed an act of German national heroism.

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