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Hungarian Jewish Leaders Again Seek to Unite American Jewry

August 8, 1930
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Recalling the unity which marked the ranks of American Jews of Hungarian origin during the world war, prominent leaders of Hungarian Jewish organizations propose to see whether a like unification cannot now be obtained. To this end, it has been decided to call a conference, to be held on October 26, at which representatives of all important Hungarian-Jewish organizations will be invited.

It is expected that a large number of Hungarian Jews who participated in the relief activities during the World War and the subsequent reconstruction period will be present at the meeting in October.

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