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Martin Rosenbluth
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Zionist German Jew that worked with the Nazis to get Jews out of Europe.
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Göring had summoned the top three Jewish leaders (Julius Brodnitz, Max Naumann, and Heinrich Stahl) to a meeting about the Jewish led boycott against Germany. A couple of the Zionist groups had caught wind of the meeting - wanting their their Zionist views to be represented too they went uninvited. The only Zionist allowed in the meeting was Zionist Kurt Blumenfeld of the German Zionist Federation.

After being formally introduced to Göring the Jewish leaders were then yelled at by Göring. He claims that they were spreading lies about Jews being attacked by Nazi forces, and they needed to stop the foreign Jews boycotting Germany. In response to Göring saying there were no crimes being committed against the Jews Naumann gives Göring a laundry list of what the Nazis had been doing to the Jews, and he even produced a newspaper clipping showing Nazis forcing Jews to scrub streets with a brushes.

While the other three Jewish leaders said there was nothing that they could really do to stop the protest in foreign countries Blumenfeld cut into the conversation and stated that he could easy communicate with the foreign Jewish groups which pleased Göring.
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On the demand of Göring the German Jewish leaders go the London to stop the stop the anti-German boycott. The group was lead by Martin Rosenbluth, and also included Richard Lichtheim, and Ludwing Tietz.

Once in the Zionist headquarters they along with other British Zionist’s mad a phone call to rabbi Wise in the United States to get him to stop the Madison Square Garden protest which he declined to do.

When the group did what Göring asked they met with German ambassador Leopold von Hoesch who asked them to confront Rufus Isaacs the Lord of Reading. Isaacs was going to resign in protest of the Third Reich treatment of Jews, but Hitler did not want the bad press. The group was able to get Isaacs to delay his resignation by two weeks, but he still vented his frustrations in parliament a few hours later.