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Holland Expels Nazi Spy Who Exploited Jews

July 20, 1934
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A Nazi spy who was found to have victimized German Jewesses has been discovered and expelled from Holland by the Dutch government, the Amsterdam correspondent of the London Daily Herald reports.

The Nazi spy is Herr Schneekloth, editor of the Dutch edition of Der Stuermer, rabid anti-Semitic organ. According to the report, Herr Schneekloth settled in Amsterdam and opened what appeared to be an employment agency. The agency, however, was a blind for an anti-Semitic spy organization, government agents learned, for the purpose of trapping Jews, especially Jewish girls whom they induced to go to Germany and informing on them to the German government.

Schneekloth, it was discovered, had been making large profits from these Jewish victims who sent him money, together with pitiful letters addressed to the German government complaining of their position in the new Germany. These letters Schneekloth sold to the Nazi regime. Many of the girls tried to escape to Holland but were apprehended at the frontier. Others were persecuted by the German government.

Having received many complaints concerning Schneekloth’s

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