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Jewish Chemist, Now Dead, Invented Explosive in Munich Bomb, Nazis Claim

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The newspaper Daily Sketch reported today that Nazi experts have discovered that the explosive used in the Munich bomb attempt on Chancellor Hitler’s life was the invention of a Jewish chemist, Gabriel Emmerich, who committed suicide in the Dachau concentration camp. The explosive reportedly was known as “No. 17,” the formula of which was found among Emmerich’s effects. It was used for the first time in the Munich bomb, according to the Sketch.

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