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Czechoslovak Jewish Diplomat’s Fate Remains Mystery

September 24, 1952
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Newsmen and others trying to learn the fate of Dr. Edward Goldstucker, a Czech Jewish diplomat and first Czechoslovak Minister to Tel Aviv, who disappeared last year when recalled to Prague for an appointment in Sweden, have run up against a blank wall.

Dr. Goldstucker’s arrest in Prague was reported last March. At that time it was said that he would be a major defendant at a big political trial, in which several other prominent Jews would also be tried, but that trial has never taken place.

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