Hitler Warns Jews at Nazi Congress
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Hitler Warns Jews at Nazi Congress

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A warning to Jews not to misinterpret Nazi “forbearance,” was sounded today by Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler, in a proclamation read before the Nazi Party Congress now in session here.

It is expected that the Congress will issue a pronouncement aiming at the complete isolation of Jews in Germany into a new Ghetto. This pronouncement will be made as a measure to insure “race purity” in the Third Reich.

“Loyalty to Hitler and faith in his mission to help the victory of National Socialism over the world enemy, Judah,” was today given by Julius Streicher, most rabid Jew-baiter in Germany, as the slogan for the congress.

“The fact that the 1935 Nazi Congress is being held in the midst of a Jew-dominated world shows the greatness of our task, for whose solution the Nazis have been chosen by Providence,” Streicher declared.

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