Stuermer Exhibit Opens in Prague; Gold Barred to “non-aryan” Dentists
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Stuermer Exhibit Opens in Prague; Gold Barred to “non-aryan” Dentists

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An anti-Semitic exhibition sponsored by Der Stuermer, Germany’s leading purveyor of anti-Semitism and pornography, has opened in Prague’s shopping center, it was reported today.

The exhibition is located in an arcade which houses a number of Jewish shops and a Jewish cafe. Anti-Semitic cartoons and posters are displayed outside the exhibition hall, together with a notice warning that “Jews are forbidden to stop in front of the display stall.”

The National Bank announced that no more gold will be delivered to “non-Aryan” doctor and dentists in the Bohemia-Moravia “protectorate.”

The Prague Municipal Council has decreed that all municipal employes intending to marry must notify the council of the racial origin of their prospective spouses.

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