White, Protocols’ Publisher, Convicted for Larceny
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White, Protocols’ Publisher, Convicted for Larceny

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

The conviction of Norman H. White for larceny in the amount of $468,000. recalled his connection with the publication in the United States of the anti-Jewish libelous falsification. Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

The Protocols were published in 1920 by the Small Maynard Company of Boston, of which White was president.

Frederick Katzman, Jewish attorney, defended Mr. White during his trial for larceny.

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