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Stinnes Organ Thinks Berlin Pogrom Reports Were Exaggerated

December 6, 1923
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The “Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung”, the organ of Herr Hugo Stinnes, attacks the foreign Press Representatives in Berlin for having complained to the authorities against the censorship of their messages. These gentlemen, it writes, have reported the slight and universally deplored anti-Semitic excesses in such a fashion that the influential Jewry of Holland, for example, is under the impression that Jewish blood has been flowing in the streets of Berlin, and the pogroms of the Czarist period and the anti-alien hunts of war-time England have been excelled.

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