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Germany Exples Moscow “pravda” Correspondent

May 20, 1929
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Gregory Grossmann, well known Russian Jewish journalist, formerly the correspondent of the Moscow progressive newspaper, “Russkije Wiedemosti,” was expelled from Berlin by an order of the Prussian government.

The reason given was that Grossman reported the May Day events in an exaggerated manner to the Moscow Soviet organ, “Pravda.”

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