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No Jewish Question in Hungary, Minister States

October 19, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

No Jewish question exists in present day Hungary, according to the Hungarian Minister of the Interior, Scitovsky, in a statement he made at the first press reception given by him. In his address, the Minister emphasized that the government will continue to adhere to what he termed “the Christian national course.” Asked as to the policy of the government concerning the Jewish question, he denied the existence of such a question, declaring “I do not know any Jewish question.”

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