Jewish Businesses in Germany No Longer Allowed to Use 'German' in Ads Hot

Jewish Businesses in Germany No Longer Allowed to Use 'German' in Ads

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Jewish businesses in Nazi Germany are no longer allowed to use the word "German" in their advertisements.

According to the ruling of the Prussian Supreme Court, the word "German" is "increasingly synonymous with Aryan," and this would cause confusing among German customers.

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