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Roumanian King Asks for Information on Anti-semitic Riots

February 17, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The thirty-four Roumanian students arrested for participation in the anti-Semitic riots last Sunday, were brought to the Fortress Ilava.

The Chief of Police of Bucharest was instructed by the government to collect the necessary data for the purpose of ascertaining the extent of the damages to Jewish property in the riots.

According to a report which appeared yesterday in the “Lupta,” King Ferdinand, disturbed by the excesses, asked the authorities to submit to him complete information concerning the anti-Semitic riots.

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