|Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels incites the crowd in
the Berlin Lustgarten to boycott Jewish-owned businesses as a
response to the anti-German "atrocity propaganda" being
spread abroad by "international Jewry." Below: Nazis force three Jewish businessmen to march down Bruehl Strasse,
one of the main commercial streets in central Leipzig, carrying
signs that read: "Don't buy from Jews; Shop in German businesses!"
|Below: Nazi storm troopers block the entrance to a Jewish-owned store
in Berlin. Their signs read: "Germans, defend yourselves
against the Jewish atrocity propaganda, buy only at German shops!"
and "Germans, defend yourselves, buy only at German shops!"
(Photo credits: U.S. National Archives, William Blye
Collection, all courtesy USHMM Photo Archives)
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