are being utilized so thot certain Jews may be enabled to carry on their work again, and in that way there would be created a large neutral zone between Jewry and National Socialism.”
“This will not in any way influence us to make concessions in our Nazi principles against the Jews,” Herr Rosenberg states, adding that no compromise is to be expected as regards the Nazi attitude towards the Jews.
A demand that Jews be barred from agricultural training in Germany, even though they intend to later proceed to Palestine and other countries as agricultural workers, is voiced today in the Westfalische Landeszeitung, the leading organ of the Nazi farmers in Germany.
“If Jews want to prove their farming abilities, let them do it in Palestine. There is no place for such experiments on German soil,” the paper writes.
The Nazi organ of the farmers hails the liquidation of the Jewish settlement in Grossgaglow, where Jewish youths were being trained in agricultural work. If this settlement were permitted to exist it would mean the beginning of the Judaization of German farmers, the paper writes.