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Nazi Paper Calls Reich Stand on Race Policy ‘misunderstood’

July 22, 1934
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his chief backer, Lord Rothermere, the powerful newspaper publisher.

“Of all four points in Mosley’s reply to Lord Rothermere,” the Beobachter states, “we are chiefly interested in that concerning the Jews. For the first time Mosley clearly states his attitude on the Jewish question.”

The Beobachter presents the Mosley-Rothermere quarrel as chiefly a quarrel about the Jews.

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