N.Y. Times Runs Story on Future of European Jews Based on Warnings Issued by Nazis

N.Y. Times Runs Story on Future of European Jews Based on Warnings Issued by Nazis

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An article in The New York Times asks about the future of Jews in Europe given how the German government keeps issuing warnings that the situation for Jews could keep getting worse.

The article says:

"Inasmuch as everything has been done to the Jews in Germany that can be done to a people short of physical extermination, there are arising some obvious speculations as to what these continued warnings may imply.

In that connection there is grave anxiety for the ultimate fate of the incarcerated or those still being arrested, and inasmuch as the arrests seemingly concentrate on Jews of former prominence, the impression is spreading that they are now being held as hostages.

In any case, for the Jews Germany has become a land of terror, all the more so because the hopes that anti-Jewish outbreaks were a passing phase of the National Socialist revolution are now gone."

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