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Greece Seizes New Output of Nazi Leaflets

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Nazi propaganda in Greece is becoming stronger, despite the fact that the Greek government has recently expelled a number of Hitlerite agents from the country, it was revealed today when the authorities confiscated a number of anti-Jewish leaflets printed in German. The propaganda had been mailed to a number of influential men here and to members of the anti-Semitic EEE organization.

The leaflets were printed in Erfurt, where the Nazi government has established an office to spread anti-Semitic propaganda abroad in six different languages. A special service called “Weltdienst” is being financed in Erfurt by the Nazis for the purpose of supplying newspapers and Germans throughout the world with anti-Semitic literature for propaganda purposes.

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