Foreign News: Death of Deutsch

When Death came to the son of a certain obscure Jewish cantor, at Berlin last week, thousands of Germans mourned and even the President of the Republic, Old

Paul von Hindenburg, took a pen into his stiff, rheumatic fingers and wrote laboriously a letter of condolence.

The dead man thus honored was Dr. Felix Deutsch, 70, President of the Allgemeine Elektrizitäts-Gesellschaft (General Electric Company) famed as the A. E. G. Smart U. S. citizens knew Dr. Deutsch as the brother-in-law of Manhattan Banker-Art Patron Otto Hermann Kahn.

Although the A. E. G. was founded by the late Dr. Emil Rathenau,* Dr. Felix Deutsch...

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