Hundreds of Jewish families, former residents of Hungarian provinces, now a part of the Succession States, face deportation from Hungary on the ground that they are “men without a country.”
A despatch from Budapest to the German Jewish, weekly, “Neue Welt,” published here, reports that these families, who some time ago received the permission of the Hungarian authorities to remain in the country pending their naturalization, were now being called to the government offices and told to prepare to leave the country. Because of the chaotic conditions resulting from the war, the majority of the persons affected cannot submit legal proof of their right to Hungarian citizenship.
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