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British Periodical Bars Reich Advertising for Nazi Slight to Jews

How the Fur Record, a British magazine owned and controlled by non-Jews, gave up its German advertising at a serve financial loss because the German Embassy in London refused to receive a Jew-delegation, is revealed in a letter and clipping received by the Fur Trade Boycott Committee here.

“In view of the attitude of the German Embassy in London,” a statement in the publication says, “toward the delegates of British Jewry—including many of our readers—with respect to the Streicher press attacks on the Jews in Germany and elsewhere, an das an indication of our practical sympathy, we have decided to accept no more German advertisements until the German government agrees to treat British Jewish representatives with respect.”