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Anti-Semitic Disturbances Take Place in Berlin

May 9, 1927
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Anti-Semitic disturbances took place last night on Kurfuerstendamm. A group of 100 members of the National Socialist Party, the anti-Semitic organization disbanded by the police, distributed anti-Semitic leaflets and sang Hakenkreuz hymns. The hooligans attacked many Jewish passersby. The police intervened, arresting twenty.

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