Foreign News: Hungary

During celebrations of the Revolution of 1848 held by the awakening Magyars at Budapest the offices of the newspaper Az Est (The East), which has been friendly to the Jews, were raided. Seven students were wounded in the fighting, which was finally terminated by the police, who were obliged to use their swords. The situation has become so grave that the Government has been obliged to bar Jews from attending the high schools and universities. In the meantime Premier Count Bethlen is conferring with Admiral Horthy—Regent of Hungary—at Castle Godollo. Many more...

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