Stockholm (Jul. 30)
The Nazis, having almost completely "solved" the Jewish problem in Germany through death and deportation, are now turning their attention to "half-Jews," it is disclosed in a dispatch from the Berlin correspondent of the Svenska Dagbladet appearing today.
The correspondent says that a definite plan exists to deport all "half-Jews" of military age to Poland and to sterilize younger ones on the pretext that they have committed some "crime" or another. He adds that the German army is opposed to this plan as it would deprive the Wehrmacht of thousands of soldiers.
There have been many indications recently that the Nazis plan to act against the "half-Jews," the Svenska Dagbladet story states: Regulations pertaining to German nationals have conspicuously omitted all reference to "half-Jews." Many businesses have been classified as "model works" making it impossible for them to employ any persons except pure "Aryans." All "Ralf-Jews" have been barred from institutions of higher education. Local action has been taken to prevent the marriage of "half-Jews" and "Aryans."
At present, the correspondent adds, an order is being drawn up forcing "half-Jews" to don Mogen David badges and declaring them to be "unworthy to bear arms." This last regulation is apparently the one that has aroused consternation in military circles, and has resulted in the publication of an editorial in the army organ "Die Wehrmacht" expressing its displeasure.