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Berlin Puts Quietus on Nazi Zealot

July 1, 1935
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The extension of Streicher’s anti-Jewish boycott in Berlin is being suppressed by the government, according to a report by its special correspondent published in the Manchester Guardian.

The correspondent voices the belief, however, that this is only a temporary measure promulgated by the government only to vitiate somewhat the effects of anti-Jewish excesses throughout Germany last week.

German government circles, the report adds, feigned ignorance of the extent of the anti-Jewish boycott, and issued the order to terminate it because of the detrimental publicity which it may call forth in the outside world.


It was disclosed for the first time by the Manchester Guardian that as a result of the particularly vile anti-Semitic propaganda spread by Julius Streicher in his Munich edition of the Stuermer, two Jews were killed there last week.

The report from Berlin goes on to state that in many other centers outside of the capital the persecution of Jews is taking on extreme forms.

In Munich especially, the excesses continue unabated. The chief instigator there is the Bavarian Minister of the Interior.


According to a report from Goettingen, cattle-dealers and butchers in the District of Muenden, were warned today by the local district commissioner not to deal with Jews.

The names of all "Aryan" caught dealing with Jews, the commissioner threatened, will be published in a conspicuous place in the local Steurmer and all true "Aryans" will be ordered to shun them.

In the village of Stammhamm, near Ingolstadt, signs were erected today reading: "Jews are not wanted here."

The Nazi press throughout Germany today reprinted an order originally promulgated in April, 1933, concerning the application for release submitted by prisoners innocently held confined in Nazi concentration camps. According to that

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