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Unrelenting Attitude Toward Jews Seen in Mussolini’s Speech to Fascist Leaders

September 25, 1939
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An unrelenting attitude toward the Jews was indicated yesterday by Premier Benito Mussolini in his speech to a group of Fascist party chiefs from Bologna. In his opening remarks, Mussolini declared that it was necessary to put an end to the activities of all “remaining Freemasons, Jews and friends of foreign lands.”

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