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Being a Jew Called Legal Ground for Dismissal

September 27, 1933
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A ruling of the Labor Court as been announced that persons of Jewish extraction can be legally dismissed on the ground solely of their faith. It adds that business firms which consider Jewish employment harmful to their interests may dismiss the Jewish employees without compensation if they so desire.

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