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Seven issues from early in Hitler's reign: Jewish content...
Item # 657221
March 25, 1933
THE COLDWATER DAILY REPORTER, Michigan, a collection of seven consecutive issues from the early months of Hitler's dictatorship and his actions against the Jews. Dates are March 25 thru April 1, 1933.
Each front page has column heads concerning the latest: "Reports Of Atrocities Exaggerated - German Jewish Organizations Condemn Propaganda As False" "Ousting Jews From Positions - Hitler Chief Gives Reasons Fro German Anti-Semitic Movement" "Anti-Jew Rioting Is Continued" "Newspaper Man Held In Germany" "Brown Shirts Clash With Steel Helmets - Hitler Press Inspires Raids by Charges of Socialism" "Organize For Jewish Boycott - Nazi Troops Mobilize For Mass Action Throughout Germany" and: "Nazi Boycott In Effect In Germany Today - Stoppage of Trade With Proscribed Elements Is Completed".
Each issue is complete in 6 or 8 pages, a few random tape mends throughout, binding slits at the blank spine, generally nice condition.
Category: World War II