BERLIN (Jan. 14)
Reichsfuehrer Hitler’s newspaper, Voelkischer Beobachter, chief organ of the Nazi Party, boasted today that the German Nazis are responsible for inciting a wave of anti-Semitism abroad.
In a report featuring the “achievements” of propaganda abroad, the newspaper stated that in Copenhagen the Nazis have been successful in “putting the Jewish question to the fore with the assistance of Nazi publications, pamphlets and other propaganda activities.”
This was affected, the paper said, despite the fact that “all political parties of Denmark are definitely of the unanimous opinion that the German viewpoint about the Jews is one of the Middle Ages, barbarous and disgusting.”
The Beobachter’s boast was taken here as partial corroboration of the charge that anti-Semitic disturbances in Poland, Rumania and other countries were due to large sums sent from Berlin to finance anti-Semitic groups with the purpose of showing that anti-Semitism is not confined exclusively to Germany.
Additional corroboration of this accusation is seen in the fact that the Nazi newspapers are featuring all incidents of anti-Semitism in other countries, regardless of their importance.