Berlin (Jul. 7)
An order to post anti-Semitic slogans in all factories and offices in Berlin was issued today by local Nazi officials.
The order advises particularly that extracts from the anti-Semitic weekly “Judenkenner” be posted in the factories. Special attention should be paid, the dictum states, to the slogan in this weekly demanding the death penalty for “Aryans” maintaining relations with Jews.
A list of thirty-eight more Jews whose citizenship has been withdrawn was made public by the authorities here. Withdrawal of citizenship from Jews is officially reported today from Breslau, Luebeck and Upper Bavaria.
FARM OFFERED TO ‘ARYANS’
The Jewish settlement in Gross-Gaglow, which was liquidated recently by the Nazi authorities, has been offered to fifteen “Aryan” horticulturists, it was learned. The Gross-Gaglow Jewish settlement has been the largest Jewish training farm in Germany preparing Jewish youth for agricultural work in Palestine.
Paul Graupe, one of the leading art dealers in Germany, was forbidden by the Ministry of Propaganda to hold auctions, because of his alleged connections with Jews.
Anti-Jewish signs which were displayed in the bathing resort of Koenigstein were removed today by the local authorities. The Frankische Zeitung, one of Julius Streicher’s anti-Semitic daily newspapers, was requested by the local authorities to announce that the anti-Jewish signs in Koenigstein were erected by irresponsible elements without the authorization of the local administration.