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Nazis Threaten Boycott Battle

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abroad were beginning to realize that the boycott was a two-edged weapon.” “Foreign Jews,” the Nazi leader said, “were endangering the economy of the countries where they were enjoying hospitality.”


The story, carried by Der Angriff and describing with great solemnity the “raid” upon an alleged secret meeting of Jews gathered “treasonably,” was completely denied by the Berlin Zionist Federation, which declared that the meeting was merely a routine gathering of Zionist youth groups to discuss the “past and future work of the youth groups.” The meeting was halted by police before it opened and therefore never took place, the Zionist announcement stated.

A sharp reduction in maximum of the amount of cash which emigrants from Germany are allowed to take with them was ordered by the foreign exchange control department. In the future emigrants will be allowed to take with them 2,000 marks instead of the 10,000 hitherto permitted.

Exception will be made only in the case of emigrants going to Palestine, the exchange control department stated. Exports involving the trade agreements with the Palestine government will also be excepted, it was announced.

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