the recommendation to non-Jewish firms, made in a strong appeal to them, to place their orders with Aryan travelling salesmen and boycott Jewish travellers in order to carry out the slogan, “Germansâ€”buy only from Germans.”
Members of the Nazi Party have been ordered not only to boycott Jewish shops, but also Jewish cafes and restaurants and places patronized by Jews in order to prevent their coming into contact with Jews.
Mass expulsion of Jewish students from the universities is made possible by the instructions of the Prussian Minister of Education to expel not only members of the Communist Party but also anyone suspected of being in sympathy with Communism. Since it is not necessary to prove the allegation of communist sympathies, the mere fact that the charge is made is sufficient to bring about expulsion.
The Voelkische Beobachter, newspaper owned by Adolf Hitler, has renewed violent anti-Semitic agitation after several weeks of chafing at the restraint imposed by the supreme Nazi councils.