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Nazi Atrocities Against Jews Pictured at United Nations Exhibit in London

A graphic portrayal of the barbarities inflicted upon the Jews of Europe by the Nazis went on view here today as part of an exhibition organized by the United Nations Information Organization entitled “Germany The Evidence.”

Included are the pictures of the first anti-Jewish riots in Germany, pictures of the Majdanek extermination camp, and photographs of Nazis rounding up Jews in different parts of Europe. The section devoted to Jews is headed by a poster quoting the statement by the German Jew-baiter Julius Streicher that “what will be exterminated is all that is called Jewish.” Also quoted is the statement by King Christian of Denmark, that if Jews are compelled to wear yellow badges, he and his family would also don them.