Warsaw (Jul. 8)
A greater state of panic prevails today among the Jews of Germany than in March, 1933, on Adolf Hitler’s accession to power, the Warsaw press reports.
The Jews of Germany are in great fear that the “purging” of the storm troops will result in widespread pogroms and a recrudescence of general anti-Semitic measures. The Nazi regime, however, according to the correspondents of the Warsaw press, for the moment is not exploiting the recent developments in Germany for purposes of incitement against the Jews.