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Jewish Heirless Property from Abroad May Be Transferred to Hungary Without Restrictions

April 24, 1947
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The proceeds of heirless Jewish property abroad may be transferred to this country by the administrators of the Jewish Rehabilitation Fund without taxes being paid, and without any restrictions, the Hungarian Government has informed Dr. Lajos Stoekler, head of the Jewish community. At the same time Dr. Stoekler was told that Jewish property which remains abroad does not have to be declared as must assets of all other Hungarians.

Gyula Ortutaty, newly-appointed Minister of Education, visited the Jewish Community Council here. He assured the Jews that he intends to do everything possible to eliminate anti-Semitism through an educational campaign.

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