(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
A sensational announcement was made by the Hammer Verlag, the publishing house which put out the German translation by Theodor Fritsch of Henry Ford’s “International Jew.”
The publishers announced that they have received a communication from the Dearborn Publishing Company, which issued the English text of Ford’s “International Jew,” since repudiated by Ford in his recantation’ to continue the distribution of the book in Germany as “Ford has not withdrawn the book from circulation.”
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