“The Tragedy of German Judaism” Broadside Published by Jewish National Fund Following Nuremberg Laws
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Page with French text printed in blue ink as well as a line of Hebrew text at bottom.
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An “Appeal to the Jews of France”, this broadside, published before Passover with this holiday’s references to the Egyptian Pharaoh and his anti-Jewish edicts, lists some of the Nuremberg laws and their toll on the Jews of Germany: businesses destroyed; physicians, lawyers, and civil servants without jobs; students expelled from universities; etc. Jews in Germany are no longer citizens; rather they have lost their civil rights and have become hostages to Hitler and his Nazi minions.
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"“The Tragedy of German Judaism” Broadside Published by Jewish National Fund Following Nuremberg Laws" (1936). Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection. 2020.1.13.