Crisis in Czechoslovakia as World War II threatens. Martial law declared. "Nach Palestina" written on bridge.
Czechoslovakia Date:1938, September 26 Duration:25 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Europe's leaders strive to avert New World War (World War II). Martial law declared by the Czech government in Czechoslovakia which is the focal point of crisis. Czech soldier on the street of Sudetenland. Civilians read a poster on the wall. "Standrechtes" among headlines. An arrow on the wall points to the words 'Nach Palastina', promoting Zionist supporter Baron von Mildenstein's report on Palestine, which ran in Goebbel's "Der Angriff" newspaper from Sept 26 to October 9, 1934, entitled "A Nazi visits Palestine".
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