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Reports were coming in today of attacks on Jews in a number of villages in the district of Cologne as a result of the increased anti-Jewish propaganda there.

In one village all the younger Jews were ordered to leave their homes, while their elders were permitted to remain.

In the township of Ehrenfeld, a suburb of Cologne, signs were posted in the streets announcing that Jews are forbidden to enter the township. The Jewish population of Ehrenfeld totals 3,0000.


The German Medical Journal reports today that 1,307 Jewish doctors emigrated from Germany during the last two years. A third of this number went to Palestine.

The pupils of a local high school in Frankfurt-am-Main were urged today in the local Nazi press to declare a strike against the school administration for permitting J. Florsheim, a Jew, to continue to teach French, drawing and other subjects in the school.

“It is abnormal that a Jew should still teach in our schools,” the Frankfurter Volksblatt says. The paper appeals to the parents to protest against the school administration and to encourage the children to walk out against their Jewish teacher.


A report from Vienna that Julius Streicher will suspend publication of his anti-Semitic weekly, Der Stuermer, within six weeks, was ridiculed here today.

The report appeared in the Vienna newspaper, Weltblatt, and stated that General von Blomberg, head of the Reichswehr, demanded the suspension of the paper. Streicher at

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