Central Union of German Citizens of Jew

  • Leading Men of All Shades Greet J. T. A. on Fifteenth Anniversary

    To informers, to men of science and of thought such as he whom we honor here tonight, to those who have organized this banquet and to those who have joined them, the French Government and myself send a cordial message. All men who love and wish to see a country, a spiritual tradition, a common… More ▸

  • “double-faced Nazi Policy” Pointed out by “rundschau”

    The “Judische Rundschau,” the organ of the German Zionist Federation, calls attention to what it describes as “the double-faced Nazi policy of giving calming assurances abroad, while continuing to tolerate anti-Jewish activities at home.” The “Rundschau” cites as examples the case of the Thuringian government’s statement which opened with the assurance of protection for the… More ▸

  • German Election Passes Without Anti-jewish Disturbances; Nazis Fail to Secure Two-thirds Majority Fo

    The general election has passed off both in Berlin and the provinces without anti-Jewish disturbances. During the whole of the week-end German Jewry lived in a state of unrelaxed tension, which was not diminished by the marching and countermarching of Nazi torch-light processions and parades throughout the country. There was, however, a recrudescence of activity… More ▸

  • News Brief

    The most decisive action yet taken against the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith is the complete dissolution of the Union in Thuringia, ordered by the Thuringian Government over the week-end. The official statement by the Thuringian Government announcing the dissolution also takes issue with the rumors which it alleges had been… More ▸

  • Assurances and Incitements During the German Election

    The eleventh hour blood-thirsty incitement preached throughout Germany on the very eve of the election contributed a great deal towards Jewish uneasiness. Thus, although representatives of the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith had only just received the regrets of Minister Goering for misrepresentations made against Jews in one of the Nazi… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Normal activities were resumed this afternoon at the offices of the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith, following yesterday’s search of the premises by police and Nazi aides. In a statement issued to the Reuter Press Service, following the police search, the praesidium of the police department declared that any persons whose… More ▸

  • News Brief

    Following the search of the premises of the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith, rumors spread throughout Berlin yesterday that the headquarters of the Zionist Organization would be subjected to similar treatment. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learns, however, that no search took place. More ▸

  • News Brief

    In surprising contrast to the search of the premises of the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith is the visit made by four high officials of the Ministry of Education to the Jewish Museum of the Berlin Jewish Community. The visitors stayed ninety minutes and were shown around by Dr. Leo Baeck…. More ▸

  • News Brief

    If a hair on Hitler’s head is harmed or any other Nazi leader injured, the Jews will hang from the lamp posts, is the substance of a repeated threat uttered at Nazi election meetings and addressed to the Central Union of German Citizens of the Jewish Faith as well. The threatening letter received by the… More ▸