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Booing and Jeering Crowd Stop Fritz Kuhn From Speaking to German-Americans in N.J.

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In Union City, New Jersey, Fritz Kuhn is prevented by a booing, jeering crowd from addressing an assembly of German-Americans gathered together to celebrate Oktoberfest and the German seizure of the Sudetenland.

As the leader of the German-American Bund, Kuhn has been giving speeches all over promoting the polices of the Nazi Party and Adolf Hitler.

Police Commissioner Harry E. Little is able to convince Fritz Kuhn to accept a police escort and leave in order to avoid "bloodshed," but Kuhn's departure doesn't stop the Bund meeting from taking place anyway.

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