Nazi Testimony Proves Fiasco

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amusement increased when the Nazi “expert” submitted to the court photographs of Karl Marx and of Joly for comparison.

Though called to give expert testimony only, Col. Fleischhauer did not restrict himself to his task, and offered in court a solution of the Jewish question by urging that “all Jews should be concentrated on an island such as Madagascar.”

“The Pan-Aryan movement,” he said, “is one of self-defense only, and not of enmity against the Jews, despite the fact that the Jews have a disruptive influence in the world.”

Col. Fleischhauer paid compliments to the pro-Jewish expert Baumgartner who testified yesterday that the “Protocols” are nothing but a forgery. He contended, however, that Dr. Baumgartner was prejudiced. At the same time, he also lodged a protest to the court against Dr. C. A. Loosli, the court expert who does not believe that Dr. Fleischhauer is qualified to appear in court as a specialist in the “Protocols” case.

Dr. Loosli, whose expert testimony will play the decisive role, will testify in court on Thursday. Although the court originally contemplated no session for Wednesday because it is the first of May, it changed the schedule today and will hold an afternoon session tomorrow in order to give Col. Fleischhauer an opportunity to conclude his testimony.

In his testimony today, Col. Fleischhauer also quoted the Talmud as evidence that the “Protocols” are genuine. He asserted that the Kellogg Peace Pact is a “Jewish creation.” He admitted, however, that the Talmud does not order Jews to kill Christians, as the Nazi literature alleges.

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