Berlin (Jul. 6)
The great uncertainty prevailing here with regard to the direction which developments will take within the immediate future was extended to Jewish circles, which saw indications of a renewal of anti-Jewish activities with government sanction.
Concern was aroused by the new method of incitement against the Jews by putting on the blame for the dereliction of Colonel Ernst Roehm and other Nazi leaders who lost their lives in the executions since last Saturday. Jews were accused of fomenting the “plot,” and a certain prominent German-Jewish journalist now in Paris was charged with being the go-between for the French government and General Kurt von Schleicher, who was slain last Saturday. The French Embassy denied having anything to do with any move to unseat the Hitler regime.
(From the description given, it was evident that Dr. Georg Bernhard, one-time editor of the Berlin Vcssische Zeitung and now editor of the Pariser Tageblatt, was the journalist referred to in the report being assiduously spread in Germany. Dr, Bernhard is one of the sternest critics of the Nazi regime and has repeatedly drawn