Ultra-Nationalist Jewish Leader Dr. Max Naumann Objects to Aryan Laws for Jews Like Him Hot

Ultra-Nationalist Jewish Leader Dr. Max Naumann Objects to Aryan Laws for Jews Like Him

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At a meeting of the Verband nationaldeutscher Juden (League of National German Jews), an ultra-nationalist Jewish organization, founder and leader Dr. Max Naumann objects to the use of Aryan laws in Nazi Germany to Jews like him who accept Nazi ideology and wish to join the Nazi Party. He does not, however, object to the application of such laws to inferior Eastern European Jews.

The Verband nationaldeutscher Juden advocates the elimination of Jewish ethnicity and identity through the complete assimilation of Jews in their home countries - in his case, Germany. It also advocates expelling Jews from Eastern Europe and is opposed to Zionism.

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