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Jewish Owned Drug Stores Confiscated in Bulgaria

December 11, 1941
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Following the ousting of Jewish employees from drug stores in Bulgaria, whether Jewish-owned or not, some thirty-six Jewish-owned stores have been confiscated by the Directorate of Public Health, it is reported in the Sofia newspaper “Zora,” reaching here today. The stores have been turned over to persons of Bulgarian origin, the paper discloses.

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