The German government does not intend to proceed with any further anti-Jewish action, but also has no intention of retreating from what has been done, Paul Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister of Propaganda and Public Enlightenment, declared last night in addressing an election meeting in Dresden.
"As far as the Jewish problem is concerned, we have solved what was necessary and now we have laid the entire problem aside," the Nazi propaganda minister declared.
Goebbels attacked the Jewish refugees who fled from Germany, saying that they are giving a false picture of German events abroad.
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