Prussian Chief of Police Says New Laws Against Jews are Coming

Prussian Chief of Police Says New Laws Against Jews are Coming

SS-Oberstgruppenführer (Major General) Kurt Daluege
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SS-Oberstgruppenführer (Major General) Kurt Daluege, chief of the Prussian police, writes an article in the newspaper Der Angriff in which he explains that new laws against the Jews will be coming soon.

Daluege writes:

"There are legal measures which must automatically grow from the confession of the German people to pride of race.

They will deprive the Jews now and forever of any prominent position.

The Jews in Germany will be what we permit them to be."

Daluege also denies that there has been any increase in the percentage of Jews who have been convicted of serious crimes.

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