Nazi Stormtroopers shout anti-Jewish slogans, and put up anti-Jewish signs on shops in Berlin.
Berlin Germany Date:1933 Duration:1 min 8 sec Sound:Yes
The beginning of Nazi driven Jewish boycotting in Germany. Anti-Jewish propaganda choruses exhort street crowds in Berlin. Sturmabteilung (SA) Stormtroopers in trucks and cars. They shout anti-Jewish slogans. Strormtroopers hold the Nazi flag. The Swastika is painted on their vehicles. Sympathizers on bicycles follow their truck. Pedestrians crowding the sidewalks watch all this going on. Two stormtroopers are seen guarding the entrance to a shop. They display a large sign that says the Jewish owners of this shop (at 5 P.S. Laden) are vermin, and displays other disparaging remarks. It identifies the owner as the Jew, Katban Schmidt. The Star of David and word "Juden" painted on Jewish shop windows. Anti-Jewish posters and signs on store doors and windows. A poster in both German and English reads "Germans defend yourself against the Jewish atrocity propaganda. Buy only at German shops."
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