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Roumanian Anti-semites off for Germany to Study Nazi Persecution Methods

September 17, 1933
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Three of Roumania’s most notorious anti-Semites have proceeded to Germany to study Nazi propaganda methods and to organize an extensive campaign for the Nazification of Roumania. In view of the split in the Peasants Party headed by former Premier Maniu, the time for a strong Nazi drive in this country is considered most opportune.

The trio is composed of Professor Alexander Cuza, head of the Cuza party and leader in the anti-Semitic Iron Guard; Zelea Codreanu, fascist leader, and Dr. Grainic. They were accompanied by Rittermeister Fabricius, the German Nazi leader in Roumania.

In Germany, they will work out the details of an alliance between the Hitlerites and the Cuzists.

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