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Steuben Report Stirs Anger

December 12, 1934
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equivocal in its official pronouncements on Hitlerism and has attempted to hide behind the expressed opinion that it is an American organization and therefore has no business meddling in the internal affairs of the Fatherland.

Hope that the Society would array itself definitely on the side of tolerance flared up momentarily last week when Gustav W. M. Wieboldt, Queens attorney and president # the Steuben New York State Council, threw down the gauntlet to the rabidly Nazi Friends of New Germany, warning it in effect that his group would stand for no attempted encroachment on Steuben’s hold on “the moral leadership of the German-Americans in this country.”

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