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Nazis Call on Diet to Dismiss Two Jewesses

September 12, 1932
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Nazi deputies in the Prussian Diet introduced a resolution today calling for the dismissal of two Jewish women from government posts.

The two Jewish women, a Dr. Mosse and a Miss Rosenheim formerly served as private secretaries to former Prussian Ministers of Interior, Heine and Severing.

Miss Rosenheim was elevated to a State Councillorship, while Dr. Mosse is head of the Crime Literature Department at Police headquarters.

The Nazis demanded that the two Jewesses be replaced by “men of the German race”.

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