Threats and Intimidation Stop Pittsburgh German-American Bund From Holding Rally

Threats and Intimidation Stop Pittsburgh German-American Bund From Holding Rally

German American Bund parade in New York City on East 86th St. Oct. 30, 1939
Source: Library of Congress

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In Pittsburgh, members of the German-American Bund reveal that they have been unable to get a venue to hold a rally because of "threats and intimidation.

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