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Jewish Finance Minister Arouses Hitler’s Ire

September 18, 1923
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A proposal that the German Reich’s Bank be boycotted as a protest against Dr. Hilferding, the Jewish Socialist who is finance Minister in Stresemann’s cabinet, is made in Hitler’s organ of the Bavarian Fascisti, the “Volkische Beobachter”.

The paper declares Hilferding’s appointment, including as one of its duties of office the supervision of the Reichs Bank, is but another step towards “the enslavement of the German masses by the united Jews.”

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