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Britain to Inquire into Numerus Clausus Situation in Hungary

December 23, 1928
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Question Raised by Colonel Wedgwood on Exclusion of Jews (Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Information concerning any likelihood of the re-imposition of the numerus clausus limiting the number of Jewish students admitted to the Hungarian universities will be sought by the British government. In reply to a question raised by Col. Josiah Wedgwood, Mr. Locker-Lampson replied that no information in this connection has been received from the British Ambassador in Budapest, but the government is ready to inquire of the Minister regarding this point.

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