Following the Nazi strike in the Ullstein press organization to force the removal of all Jewish employees still remaining, almost all Jews have been dismissed, it is learned. The only exceptions are those for whom substitutes have not yet been found, but complete elimination of the Jews from the publishing firm is imminent.
Among those who have felt the axe are Julius Elban, who has edited the Vossiche Zeitung since Dr. Georg Bernhard fled the country; Max Rainer, political editor, and Fritz Goetz, non-political editor of the same newspaper; Moritz Miller, editor of the B. Z. Am Mittag; Max Osborn, the music critic; Ernest Wallenberg, editor of Tempo; Solomon Glueck, picture editor; R. Levinson, Paris correspondent, and others.
The Archive of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency includes articles published from 1923 to 2008. Archive stories reflect the journalistic standards and practices of the time they were published.