Protestant Theologian Dr. Paul Tillich, in New York City, addresses a anti-Nazi gathering at Madison Square Garden.
New York City USA Date:1938, November 21 Duration:5 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
A huge crowd gathered in Madison Square Garden. An unseen speaker (likely Theologian Reinhold Niebuhr) criticizes the efforts of Prime Minister Chamberlain, of Britain, to appease Hitler. Featured Speaker, Dr. Paul Tillich, of Union Theological Seminary, addresses the crowd. He talks about the forced emigration of German Jews because of their religious and political beliefs. Cameramen record the event. An orchestra is seated on stage behind the speaker as if ready to perform. Professor Tillich discusses the attack on Jewish people in Germany and equates it to attacks on Christians. The crowd applauds.
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