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Der Stuermer on Sale Again; Asks Death Penalty for Race Corruption

January 28, 1938
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With a demand that Jews be executed for crimes involving “corruption of the German race,” Der Stuermer, Julius Streicher’s anti-Semitic organ, appeared again today after having been under a government ban since last Saturday. Streicher remains owner of the newspaper, but a new editor has been named.

Great red posters invited the Berlin public to buy today’s issue “to Learn of the crimes committed by Jews against the German race.” Before the temporary Ban was imposed, Der Stuermer had been seized for charging that currency control authorities permitted Jews to obtain foreign exchange to finance trips out of Germany.

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