Jewish Problem Must Be Solved Without Sentimentality, Says Nazi Press
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Jewish Problem Must Be Solved Without Sentimentality, Says Nazi Press

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A wave of intensified anti-Jewish propaganda reminiscent of the early days of the Nazi regime, is now sweeping Germany, it can be noted from the German newspapers reaching here today.

Led by the Voolkischer Beobachter, Hitler’s personal organ, the Berlin press demands that “the Jewish problem should be solved without any sentimentality.” The Nazi newspapers predict that “further measures” are in store for the Jews in the Reich.

Parallel with articles in the press, the Nazi propaganda machine is also flooding the country with special anti-Jewish pamphlets. A pamphlet written by Wolfgang Diewerge, author of many anti-Jewish books, has been published by the Nazi party in an edition of more than a million copies and is being distributed “as a reply to Theodore Kaufman’s book ‘Germany Must Perish’ published in America.” The Voelkischer Beobachter, the Berliner Boerzen Zeitung and other Nazi newspapers, in extensively reviewing Diewerge’s pamphlet take the opportunity to bitterly attack not only the Jews but also the American government.

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