Yugoslavia's Congress of the Protestant Church Tries to Restrict Jewish Conversions

Yugoslavia's Congress of the Protestant Church Tries to Restrict Jewish Conversions

Jews in Skopje, Yugoslavia, Before Deportation

In Yugoslavia, the Congress of the Protestant Church tries to restrict the conversions of Jews to Christianity by imposing greater conditions on the process.

This move is prompted by a large number of Jewish conversions in the first half of April in Zagreb.

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