MUNICH (Jul. 10)
Leaflets proclaiming the revival of the Nazi party were found pasted yesterday on shop windows and walls, and pushed through letter boxes in Munich. Some copies were sent through the mails.
The leaflets, bearing swastikas, were printed in imperfect German, and they included a line in English reading “Printed and Published by the National Socialist Movement, London.” The leaflets lauded Hitler and attacked Jews. A Munich police spokesman said the matter had been placed in the hands of the Munich prosecutor.
A spokesman for Colin Jordan’s British National Socialist movement confirmed, in a report from London, that the movement had printed and distributed the leaflets “through special channels to our movement in Germany.” The spokesman said the leaflets were sent to all parts of West Germany, and that some had also been sent to East Germany.