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Nazis Bar Jews in Warsaw from Binding “mein Hampf” for Fear They Will Defile It

An amusing incident resulting from the Nazis’ use of skilled Jewish labor in the Warsaw ghetto is revealed here today.

The German officials some days ago rounded up 1,000 Jewish book-binders and set them to binding copies of “Mein Kampf.” Suddenly, after the Jews had been working on the volumes for several hours, a Nazi officer rushed into the work shops and ordered all the books taken away from the book-binders. He explained later that he was afraid the Jews “might defile the Nazi bible.”

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