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Reich Press Report Omits Goebbels Attack on Jews

July 2, 1935
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All references to Jews were significantly omitted from the report released by the official news agency of the speech delivered Sunday by Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels, Minister of Propaganda, before the Nazi rally in Templehoff Airport.

In the speech, Goebbels launched into a particularly vitriolic attack of the Jews, warning them not to look for anything further in the community of German people. “We request them to adapt themselves to the rules of hispitality,” he said, “and not to conduct themselves as though they were equals.”

The Westdeutscher Beobachter, Nazi organ published in Cologne, today contained a jubilant article gloating over the success of the intensified anti-Jewish propaganda in the Rhineland.

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