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  1. Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses - Wikipedia

    The Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses in Germany began on April 1, 1933, and was claimed to be a defensive reaction to the Jewish boycott of German goods, which had ...

  2. Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi minister of propaganda, speaks at a rally in favor of the boycott of Jewish-owned shops. Berlin, Germany, April 1, 1933.

  3. In response, the Nazis organize a nationwide boycott of Jewish businesses in Germany, ... violence accompanies the boycott; in Kiel, a Jewish lawyer is killed.


    On April 1, 1933, a week after Hitler became dictator of Germany, he ordered a boycott of Jewish shops, banks, offices and department stores.

  5. Anti-Jewish Boycotts - Jewish Virtual Library

    Anti-Jewish boycotts are organized activity directed against the Jews to exclude them from social, economic, and political life. Anti-Jewish boycott pressure has ...

  6. Triumph of Hitler: Nazis Boycott Jewish Shops - History Place

    Just a week after the Enabling Act made Hitler dictator of Germany, a national boycott of Jewish shops and department stores was organized by Nazis under the ...

  7. A boycott of Jewish businesses (1933) - documentary extract

    An extract from a 1933 NSDAP extract, ordering and organising a boycott of Jewish businesses in April.

  8. On This Day: Hitler Calls for Boycott of Jewish Businesses

    Mar 31, 2011 · Associated Press Four Nazi troops sing in front of the Berlin branch of the Woolworth Co. store during the movement to boycott Jewish presence in Germany ...

  9. Why did the Nazis boycott the Jews businesses? ... The boycott of Jewish businesses was where any business owned by Jews, nobody was allowed to buy form that store.

  10. Boycott, Anti-Jewish - Word - 6078.pdf

    Boycott, Anti-Jewish First officially-sanctioned national attack on German Jewry. A one-day boycott on Jewish businesses and shops was held on April 1, 1933, just