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Hitler “Pauses” Anti-Jewish Boycott Under Final Request From von Hindenburg
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Hitler receives a final call from von Hindenburg requesting that he calls off the anti-Jewish boycott. Hitler finally agrees to call off the boycott seeing that the Nazi party is still young and boycotts focused on Germany would destroy the party. Instead of totally stopping the boycott he declared them “paused” for five days to see if the anti-German boycott will stop, and if at such time it has he will totally abandon his anti-Jewish counter boycott.

This turned out to be only words because the SA brown-shirts went on with a violent boycott despite what Hitler said, and even coupled it with vandalism and assaults.
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The Nazis: A Warning from History
ISBN: 9781567319132
Author(s): Laurence Rees
Publisher: MJF Books
Linked To:
Jewish Socialist Kurt Eisner Assassinated In Munich Germany, Chapter 1, pg. 17
Anton Drexler Confronts Hitler In A Letter For Lying About His History With The Nazi Party, Chapter 1, pg. 24
France Takes Over Entire Ruhr District For Germany’s Failure To Pay Reparation, Chapter 1, pg. 27
Beer Hall Putsch (Munich Putsch), Chapter 1, pg. 28
Show Trial Of Hitler For The Beer Hall Putsch, Chapter 1, pg. 29
Hitler In Court For Violent Breakup Of A Meeting, Chapter 1, pg. 30
Hitler Requests The Chancellorship After Nazi Party Becomes Largest Party In The Reichstag, Chapter 1, pg. 42
Hitler Expels Gregor Strasser From The Nazi Party, Chapter 1, pg. 44
Gerd Voss Murdered By Nazis, Chapter 1, pg. 44
Petition To Hindenburg For Hitler As Chancellor, Chapter 1, pg. 44
Hitler and Von Papen Meet To Plot Rout To Power, Chapter 1, pg. 46
German Government Passes Enabling Act, Chapter 2, pg. 50
Reichstag Fire, Chapter 2, pg. 50
Gregor Strasser Shot To Death In A Prison Cell, Chapter 2, pg. 55
Kurt von Schleicher Murdered In His Home, Chapter 2, pg. 55
Hitler Gives The Kill Command Starting The Night Of The Long Knives, Chapter 2, pg. 55
German Papers Declare The Anti-Jew Boycott To Start April 1st, Chapter 2, pg. 72
Hitler “Pauses” Anti-Jewish Boycott Under Final Request From von Hindenburg, Chapter 2, pg. 72
Nazi Pogrom “Night of Broken Glass”, Chapter 2, pg. 75
Assassination of Ernst vom Rath By Herschel Grynszpan, Chapter 2, pg. 75
Bernd Linn , Chapter 1, pg. 27
Emil Klein , Chapter 1, pg. 28
The Transfer Agreement: The Dramatic Story of the Pact Between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine
ISBN: 978-0-9141-5313-9
Author(s): Edwin Black
Publisher: Dialog Press
Linked To:
Reichstag Fire, Chapter 1, pg. 8
Starting With A Jewish March In Vilna A Nazi Boycott Is Launched, Chapter 2, pg. 15
Taft Ends Russo-American Treaty, Chapter 3, pg. 31
American Jewish Committee Lobbies The House To End The Russo-American Treaty, Chapter 3, pg. 31
Schiff Meets With Taft To Abrogate The Russo-American Treaty, Chapter 3, pg. 31
Henry Ford Withdraws Accusations Of “The International Jew”, Chapter 3, pg. 29
Kishinev Pogrom of Passover 1903, Chapter 3, pg. 30
Jacob Schiff Uses Banking Influence To Aid Japan In Defeat Of Russia, Chapter 3, pg. 30
German Government Passes Enabling Act, Chapter 4, pg. 33
Worldwide Jewish Boycott Of Russia, Chapter 3, pg. 31
Göring Summons Top Jewish Leaders To Stop Boycott, Chapter 4, pg. 34
Göring Meets With Top German-Jew Activists, Chapter 4, pg. 31
Rabbi Stephen Wise Persuades State Department To Investigate Nazi Germany Humanitarian Issues, Chapter 4, pg. 39
Cordell Hull Sends False Investigation Report To Stop Jewish Anti-Nazi Boycott, Chapter 4, pg. 39
Cordell Hull Lies About Nazi Oppression, Chapter 4, pg. 39
German Embassy Tries To Get Rabbi Wise To Call Off Anti-Nazi March, Chapter 4, pg. 39
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis Gives Rabbi Wise Ok For Anti-Nazi March, Chapter 4, pg. 41
Anti-Nazi Rally At Madison Square Garden, Chapter 5, pg. 43
Jewish War Veterans of America Launch Boycott Against Nazi Germany, Chapter 2, pg. 14
Hitler and Göbbels Meet and Plan Anti-Jewish Boycott In Response Nazi Germany Boycott, Chapter 6, pg. 47
Hitler Gives The Go-Ahead To Start Boycott Against German-Jews, Chapter 6, pg. 48
German Papers Declare The Anti-Jew Boycott To Start April 1st, Chapter 6, pg. 49
Goering Arranges Meeting With Hitler, Schacht, and Thyssen, Chapter 6, pg. 57
Mussolini’s Message To Hitler: Stop Planed German-Jew Boycott, Chapter 6, pg. 63
Foreign Minister von Neurath Resigns In Protest Of Anti-Jewish Boycott, Chapter 6, pg. 64
Hitler “Pauses” Anti-Jewish Boycott Under Final Request From von Hindenburg, Chapter 6, pg. 65
Balfour Declaration of 1917, Chapter 7, pg. 75
Twelfth Zionist Congress, Chapter 7, pg. 77
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis “The Jews Must Leave Germany”, Chapter 7, pg. 78
Zionist Secret Response To Hitler’s Jewish Boycott, Chapter 7, pg. 80
Rosenbluth Leads Zionist Team to London To Enforce Göring’s Demands., Chapter 7, pg. 79
Zionist Palestine Try To Get Middle Class Jews To Palestine, Chapter 8, pg. 82
Nazis Approve Letting Jews Leave To Palestine If They Forfeit Wealth, Chapter 8, pg. 86
Cohen Goes To Palestine To Arrange Details Of Nazi / Zionist Deal With Wolff, Chapter 8, pg. 86
Zionists Begin Probing Germany For Jewish Exchange Deal Confirmation, Chapter 8, pg. 86
Zionist Hide Secret Agreement With Nazis Giving Britain Credit For Jewish Currency Exchange, Chapter 8, pg. 87
Arlosoroff’s Secret Zionist And Arab Sheikhs, Chapter 10, pg. 95
Hitler Decrees No Jews In Government Positions, Chapter 10, pg. 97
Hans von Moltke Requests Poland To Stop Violent Anti German Boycott, Chapter 11, pg. 104
Berl Locker Begins To Disseminate Information To Zionist Jews To Not Participate In Anti-Nazi Boycott, Chapter 11, pg. 106
Newly Appointed Reichsbank Gives $70 Million To German Government, Chapter 11, pg. 105
Adler Receives Confirmation That German Jews Saying No Atrocities Were Under Duress, Chapter 11, pg. 107
“Pro” Jewish Organizations Hide Cable Confirming Anti-Jewish Atrocities In Nazi-Germany, Chapter 11, pg. 108
Joint Distribution Committee Meeting Allows Speech Against German Boycott, But Not Pros, Chapter 11, pg. 108
Adler Sends Letters To Jewish War Veterans Stating They Caused Anti-Jewish Boycott In Germany, Chapter 11, pg. 109
Schacht Purposes To Freeze Accounts In Germany Belonging To Foreigners And Emigrants, Chapter 12, pg. 110
Moltke Reports Violent Polish Anti-German Boycott Leading To Talks Of Preemptive War, Chapter 12, pg. 112
Moltke’s Assessment Of Preemptive Strike On Germany By Poland, Chapter 12, pg. 112
Czech President Would Stand By Polish Invasion Of Nazi Germany, Chapter 12, pg. 112
German Ambassador To Czechoslovakia Confirms Masaryk’s Intentions To Back Polish Invasion, Chapter 12, pg. 112
Nazi Book Burnings, Chapter 13, pg. 114
Schacht’s Trip To America, Chapter 13, pg. 115
Nazis Revoke Zionist Currency Exchange, Chapter 14, pg. 123
Nazis Accept Sam Cohen’s Transfer Deal, Chapter 14, pg. 133
Sam Cohen’s Transfer Agreement Approved In Writing, Chapter 15, pg. 143
Stephen Samuel Wise , Chapter 4, pg. 40
Samuel Cohen , Chapter 8, pg. 84
Walter Koch , Chapter 12, pg. 112
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Of these the most influential is what is called "education." Religion plays a part, though a diminishing one; the press, the cinema, and the radio play an increasing part. What is essential in mass psychology is the art of persuasion. If you compare a speech of Hitler's with a speech of Edmund Burke, you will see what strides have been made in the art since the eighteenth century. What went wrong formerly was that people had read in books that man is a rational animal, and framed their arguments on this hypothesis. We now know that limelight and a brass band do more to persuade than can be done by the most elegant train of syllogisms. It may be hoped that in time anybody will be able to persuade anybody of anything if the can catch the patient young and is provided by the State with money and equipment.
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