BERLIN (Jul. 16)
Nazi leaders today urged other nations to end economic crisis by reorganizing their economic systems to eliminate Jewish influences in addresses at a conference of the textile industry.
Bernhard Koehler, chief of the Economic and Political Department of the Nazi Party, said the world would continue to suffer from economic depressions as long as nations refused to eliminate “Jewish economic speculation.”
Robert Ley, head of the German Labor Front, said that the Nazis had put an end to the practice of permitting Jews to incite employers and employees against each other.