Nazi Leaders Plan Intensified Anti-jewish Drive

Intensification of the anti-Jewish propaganda campaign was demanded today at a conference of Nazi Party district leaders and high officials.

The conference, which will be addressed by Economics Chief Wilhelm Goering, Interior Minister Wilhelm Frick, Dr. Alfred Rosenberg, Education Minister Bernhard Rust and others, was called to map party plans for the next few months. It will continue until Nov. 20.

A discussion of racial and Jewish problems was led by Dr. Gerhard Wagner, Reich medical leader. He urged all party officials “increasingly to bring the racial question to the front,” and demanded that the practice of medicine be restricted to those “who are affiliated with the National Socialist Party.”

Dr. Wagner, insisting that the German nation be fully informed on the racial question, said:

“The danger of racial intermixture should be combatted not only by automatic application of the Nuremberg laws but also in the spirit and by the will of the German nation.”

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