Prague (Sep. 28)
For the first time since the liberation of this city, anti-Semitic groups here are openly manifesting their feelings.
Government posters urging the people to contiue work have been chalked with the word “Jews,” and a whispering campaign has begun to the effect that Jews are responsible for various discomforts and inconveniences.
Condemning these actions, the Social Democratic daily Pravo Lidu today calle for intensified de-Nazification measures, and prints a statement by a Czech woman who was imprisoned together with a Jewish friend, which relates how courageous the latter was. It adds that now, however, that the Jewish woman has returned from a Nazi camp she is subjected to slander and abuse.