The 18th World Zionist Congress, “with its Jewish brown shirts, its stolen Hitler salute and its so-called colonists in white frocks”, is nothing but the first united Jewish attack against Germany, the Voelkischer Beobachter, newspaper owned by Adolf Hitler, declares in summing up the Congress.
The article simultaneously attacks Prague as a “fourfold sullied city” which is dishonored first by the “Austrian Court”, second by the Czechs, third by its “modern life” and fourth by the Jews who have made Prague a “citadel of Judaism”.
The Jews, continues the article, are seeking to achieve a new German isolation through the League of Nations and world powers, but “German hearts which German leaders resurrected, will prove stronger than a band of Russian and Kaftan Jews.”
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