The travelling exhibition promoted stereotypes
of Jews and Nazi perceptions of their danger to the world. Officials
shown above are gazing at a segment entitled, "Jewish dress
was a warning against racial defilement." To the left is
a segment entitled, "Usury and the fencing of goods were
always their privilege."
Later, in 1939-40, Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels commissioned
the notorious film of the same name, "Der Ewige Jude,"
which used footage of Jews suffering in the Warsaw Ghetto intercut
with scenes of rats to show that Jews "differ from us in
body, but especially in soul."