Nazis Pillory 4 Who Played Cards with Jew
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Nazis Pillory 4 Who Played Cards with Jew

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The National Socialist Party of the city of Alzey today pilloried the names of four inhabitants of Wonsheim who were accused of playing cards with a Jew in a public place.

Meanwhile, it was learned that the Nazi legal department has forbidden Nazi lawyers to defend Jewish clients against Germans, holding it is dishonorable to “defend those who have brought misfortune to the German people.”

Joseph Wagner, Nazi district leader for Silesia, pointed out in an address today that in order to entirely exirpate German Jewry, which he said is the aim of Nazism, it is necessary to convince the other nations of the justice of such action. Only then, he declared, can the Jewish problem be “solved.”

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