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Hitler Awaiting to Succeed Chancellor Stresemann

September 27, 1923
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Adolph Hitler, anti-Semite and Fascisti leader, is waiting anxiously ready to seize the reigns in Germany immediately on the fall of the Stresemann Ministry, which is generally expected to be a matter of only a snor time.

Another anti-Semite, Wulle, a Reichstag member, is preparing to go with Hitler as Berlin’s new chief of police. Wulle declared at a private conference of the Hitlerites here, according to reports, that as soon as they came into power, he would inaugurate a forced exodous of the Jews from Germany that would make the exodous of the Jews from Egypt appear as child’s play in comparison.

All of the ills of Germany were blamed on the Jews at the meeting. Jews, it was said, were responsible for the French occupation of the Ruhr, as they were also responsible for the crashing slump of the German mark.

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