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Rothschild Firm Employs Hungarian Premier’s Son

January 16, 1929
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A son of the Hungarian Prime Minister Count Bethlen will be employed in one of the Rothschild banks, says a despatch from Budapest to the “Wiener Tageblatt.”

According to the newspaper, young Bethlen has already left for London to take up his post in the Rothschild firm in order to gain banking experience.

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