Berlin (Jun. 16)
The German authorities prohibited a meeting called for last night by the Central Union of German Citizens of Jewish Faith for the purpose of advocating the theory that the solution of the Jewish problem in Germany lies within Germany.
Though supporting Jewish emigration from Germany to Palestine, the leaders of the Central Union are of the opinion that emigration alone will not solve the present precarious position of German Jewry. They believe that whether the Nazi government wishes it or not, the majority of German Jews will have to remain in Germany and adjust themselves to the existing circumstances.
NAZIS OPPOSED TO THEORY
This theory is totally discouraged by the Nazi regime, which wishes to see the Jews out of the country. In prohibiting last night’s meeting the Nazi authorities made it clear to the leaders of the Central Union that they will not tolerate any propaganda which aims to encourage Jews to remain in Germany.
At a meeting of Nazi leaders in Berlin it was agreed today to start a more drastic policy against the Jews in the Saar, despite the promise given to the League of Nations that the Jews of the Saar would not be molested for one year after the region joined the Reich.
The proposal to introduce severe measures against the Jews in the Saar was made at the meeting by Dr. Buerckel, Nazi Commissar for the Saar.
Dr. Buerckel asserted that all the Saar Jews voted against Germany in the plebiscite which was to decide whether the Saarland was to become a part of Germany.
The Supreme Court here today upheld an injunction against the display of an anti-Semitic poster advertising the Stuermer, the notorious anti-Jewish publication of which Julius Streicher is editor.
The poster accused a local “non-Aryan” business man of “bringing misfortune to the thrifty ‘Aryans’.” The Supreme Court decided that the accusation was not justified.
The Jews in Germany were com-