Jewish War Vets Plan Increased Renewal of U.S. Anti-nazi Boycott

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An extensive anti-Nazi drive to avert any possible let-up in the force of the boycott is being planned by the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, it was announced Friday by Edgar H. Burman, national anti-Nazi chairman. Mass meetings will be held in all large cities.

“A study of conditions in Germany today reveals,” Burman stated, “that there has been no cessation of suppression and persecution of the Jews and other minority peoples of that country. In fact there is justification in the belief that these persecutions are being carried on with increased energy and savagery. There is, therefore, no justification for any let-up in the boycott of Nazi goods. If anything, there is cause for a vigorous tightening of the boycott reins all along the line.”

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