BERLIN (Sep. 13)
Chancellor Adolf Hitler, lauding the strength of the Nazi armies, declared today in an address to more than 100,000 storm troopers and members of the elite guard in Nuremberg.
“The world had better not make any mistake. We are ready at any hour and we shall not permit the destruction of the results of our work by the international Bolshevik Jews.”
Admitting that not everything in the Reich was rosy, he thundered:
“We ourselves know what is wrong. We need no Palestinians to tell us about it. Anything done to improve things will be done by our own efforts.”
Havas News Agency quoted Hitler as saying “millions and millions” of Germans are ready to war “on the international Bolshevik Jew.” Reviewing the storm troops, he was quoted as asserting:
“Let no one have any illusions about us. We are ready every minute. In foreign lands everywhere demonstrations are staged against us. The masses are stirred into staging demonstrations against Fascism and National Socialism.
“I have never yet called on Germany to make any sort of demonstration — the world will see not ten or twenty thousand men without discipline, but millions and millions ready to battle the hereditary enemy.”
Thunderous applause greeted the address, Havas stated.
The Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg this afternoon heard Horst Dressler-Andress, chief of broadcasting, read a report by Dr. Robert Ley, chief of the Labor Front, on work accomplished by the National Socialist workers’ groups.
Long citations were read from the Russian newspapers Izvestia and Pravda and the writings of Lenin, the Havas Agency reported, to show that the Russian worker is ruled by “a Jewish trust organized for the exploitation of the poor Russian people.”
FURTHER ANTI-JEWISH LAWS FEARED
The continuing unrestrained anti-Jewish blasts by Nazi leaders at Nuremberg today had convinced Jewish circles that the Nuremberg laws of last September were not the final word in anti-Jewish legislation.
An address by Health Commissar Dr. Adolf Wagner yesterday was taken as a confirmation of the belief.
“Whoever believes that the Jewish question was completely solved by the Nuremberg laws,” he declared, “must be told that the fight goes on and that we shall carry the fight to a point where every German realizes that his very existence is at stake.”
Dr. Wagner said Nazi leaders were placing great hopes on the belief that the foreigners who attended the recent Olympic Games would propagate Nazism abroad and counteract reports of Jewish persecution.
An attack against Jewish colonization in Biro-Bidjan, autonomous Jewish territory in Soviet Siberia, and the Crimea, was made by Dr. Reischle, Nazi agrarian leader.
“While the Russian peasants are being ruined by forced collectivization, the Soviet Government is making an exception for Jews and permits them to retain private land and property in Biro-Bidjan and the Crimea.
Rudolph Hess, Chancellor Hitler’s deputy, devoted a considerable portion of his speech to the Gustloff assassination in Switzerland last February.
Chancellor Hitler, addressing women delegates to the Congress advised them to forget the time when they were under the influence of “Jewish decadent circles.”