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Dawa Xmas ‘fair’ for Nazis Dec. 16

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Sara Copia Sullam, the Italian poetess, was the leader of an early seventeenth century Venetian salon.

Urging all their friends and members to postpone Christmas shopping until December 16, the DAWA, Nazi-inspired movement to “unite those who suffer as a result of the attack of the opponents of Germandom,” announces a Christmas fair to be held December 16 to 23 at the Yorkville Casino, 210 East 86th street.

The decision to hold the fair “in order to mobilize the German Americans’ joy of giving and their purchasing power” for those enterprises which are members of the DAWA, was adopted at a meeting of the group November 7.

An attempt to arrange an exhibit of German-made products in Chicago last October 21, in connection with a Friends of New Germany conference there, was unsuccessful.

Sara Copia Sullam, the Italian poetess, was the leader of an early seventeenth century Venetian salon.

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