Anti-semitic Papers Printed in U.S. Are Disseminated in Germany by German-americans

Anti-Semitic publications printed in the United States are being disseminated in Germany by German-Americans visiting the U.S. zone, it was established here today. They include the notorious anti-Semitic newspaper, The Broom, and the magazine, Common Sense, which is outspokenly anti-Jewish.

The East Berlin municipality made public a report stating that there are today about 20,000 Jews in the whole of Germany, including 8,000 in Berlin. Most of the Berlin Jews own their lives to the fact that they were married to Christians, the report said.

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