Spanish War Commander Urges Anti-nazi Boycott
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Spanish War Commander Urges Anti-nazi Boycott

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Maintaining that an international boycott against Germany was the only solution to prevent the flow of Nazi propaganda into the United States, A. P. Entenza, former national commander-in-chief of the Spanish War Veterans, delivered a stinging rebuke to Hitler and his cohorts, at an anti-Nazi meeting held at the Polytechnic High School. The gathering was held under the auspices of the Los Angeles Council of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Mr. Entenza, an attorney, stated that the boycott should be carried on by every intelligent, liberal-thinking citizen of every civilized country, non-Jew as well as Jew.

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