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Streicher Urges Continued Drive on Jews

Through the Medium of his pornographic weekly Der Stuermer, Julius Streicher, Germany’s foremost anti-Semite, appealed to Nazis today not to rest satisfied with the Nuremberg laws but to organize a further anti-Jewish offensive.

Streicher’s appeal, intended to be of nation-wide scope, emphasizes that members of the Nazi party who think the Nuremberg laws constitute a final solution of the Jewish problem are not good “political soldiers” since the politically conscious soldier must continue to fight against the Jews until the bitter end.

All railway officials were today ordered to display the Stuermer at stations on the grounds that that publication helped to popularize the Nuremberg laws. The Stuermer, it was stated, is not to be charged for advertising space.