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Count S. Tisza Traced Anti-semitism to Germany

October 4, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The German origin of the anti-Semitic propaganda in European countries was emphasized in the writings of the late Count Stephan Tisza, Hungarian statesman and premier at the outbreak of the World War.

In a letter dated April, 1915, just made public, Count Tisza wrote “The anti-Semitic state of mind, which I have condemned, is of German origin. Even in Austria, anti-Semitism is mainly spread by the German circles.”

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