Otto Schillings, editor-in-chief of the “Deutsche Zeitung” and known for his rabid anti-Semitism, died here today from heart failure. He was 56 years old.
Mr. Schillings was formerly a Kurland Baron. He was the proponent of the idea in Germany that Judaism was synanomous with bolshevism.
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