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Jewish Transportation Firms in Hungary Restricted by Anti-semitic Laws

December 8, 1941
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All firms engaged in transportation in Hungary are being subjected to anti-Jewish restrictions in accordance with the government’s anti-Jewish policy, which is now being vigorously pursued, it is reported in the South-East Echo published in Vienna, which reached here today.

Many Jewish transportation firms have been barred from sending their vehicles through the customs barriers, the Austrian paper reports. At the same time, large-scale aryan transport businesses are being established by prominent Vienna banks, which will soon have a monopoly of all transportation enterprises.

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