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Mcdonald Seeks Aid of Vienna

April 16, 1934
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James G. McDonald, League of Nations High Commissioner for the Relief of German Refugees, and Norman Bentwich, who heads the Jewish department of Mr. McDonald’s office, are here in the interests of German refugees.

It is understood that Mr. McDonald and Mr. Bentwich will at tempt to contact the government for aid in issuing passports to refugees and for other facilities in handling the problem.

From here Mr. McDonald and Mr. Bentwich are expected to go to Prague and then to Warsaw for similar negotiations.

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