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Arthur Dinter Drinks Himself Sick; Claims Jews Poisoned Beer

September 23, 1924
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Arthur Dinter, well-known anti-Semitic writer and leader of the Voelkische Partei, was suddenly taken ill at the railway station at Saalfeld. At the hospital he made the astounding statement that “Jews poisoned my beer”.

Munich police confiscated an extra issued by the Nuerngerg paper edited by the Jew baiter, Streicher, which carried a headline in bold type, “Jews Boisoned Dinter”.

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