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7 Czech Jewish Exiles Stripped of Citizenship

March 9, 1941
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The Nazi authorities in the Czech Protectorate have deprived of citizenship seven leading Jews now abroad on charges of conducting “atrocity propaganda,” The Jewish Chronicle reported today. Those named are former Deputies Angelo Goldstein, Chaim Kugel and Emil Margulies, author of the famous Bernheim petition on Upper Silesia; Dr. Paul Maerz, leader of the Jewish Party, and the Zionist leaders, Dr. Joseph Rufeisen, Robert Weltsch and Zdenek Landes.

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