Copenhagen (May. 24)
The question of a world-wide intensification of the boycott of German goods was discussed today at a closed session of the executive council of the International Federation of Trade Unions.
The idea that the anti-German boycott is conducted only by Jews should be dispelled, since all groups are actively participating in the campaign for the boycott of German-made products, it was pointed out by speakers at the session.
Delegates from England, Holland and France were especially insistent in their demands that the boycott movement be strengthened. The delegate from Holland, Mr. Fimmen, urged the revival of a strong anti-German propaganda which, he complained, has slackened during recent months.