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Jewish Ex-service Men Recognized As Equals by Hungarian Front Fighters

October 24, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Jewish soldiers who fought in the Hungarian army during the war will be treated on an equal level with non-Jews in the new ex-service men’s organization which was formed here.

The organization is to be known as the Club of Front Fighters and was formed under the leadership of Col. Bela Horthy and Col. Stefan Sziros. In a statement published in the press today the leaders of the club declare that the aim of the front fighters club will be to further among civilians the unforgettable comradeship of soldiers. The Jewish ex-service men will be given full rights in the club, the statement declares.

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