RUMANIA: Bloodsucker of the Villages

"I shall be most grateful if you can obtain full publicity for the declaration I want to give you now," said Rumania's silky-mannered new Poet-Premier Octavian Goga to George Eric Rowe Gedye of the New York Times in Bucharest last week. "The Jewish problem is an old one here, and it is a Rumanian tragedy. Briefly, we have far too many Jews."

The Premier had just passed around Turkish cigarets stamped with a pale blue swastika, traditional European symbol of antiSemitism. He had already announced his intention of sending 500,000 foreign-born Jews...

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