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Page 1, 25th November 1938 — CARDINAL TO SPEAK AT ALBERT HALL Protest Meeting Against German Persecution
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CARDINAL TO SPEAK AT ALBERT HALL Protest Meeting Against German Persecution

Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, will be one of the speakers at a meeting representing all religious bodies and schools of political thought at the Albert Hall, London, on December i.

A resolution protesting against the religious and racial persecution in Germany will be submitted to the meeting. Lord Sankey will preside, and speakers include the Archbishop of York, the Chief Rabbi, Sir Archibald Sinclair, M.P., and Mr. Herbert Morrison, M.P.




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