Nazi officials view "The Eternal Jew" exhibit in Munich. The two segments in view are entitled, "Jewish dress was a warning against racial defilement," and "Usury and the fencing of goods were always their privilege." Nov 8, 1937.
Reichminister Joseph Goebbels delivers a speech to a crowd in the Berlin Lustgarten, urging the boycott of Jewish-owned businesses. He claims that this action is a legitimate response to "anti-German atrocity propaganda" carried out by "international Jewry." April 1, 1933.
An antisemitic cartoon depicts the Jews as an octopus with its tentacles encircling the globe. This type of propaganda purported the existence of a Jewish "Illuminati," a group of greedy and immoral overlords controlling the world while remaining hidden. Circa 1938.
The front page of Julius Streicher's Antisemitic newspaper, "Der Stuermer," shows an illustration from a medieval book depicting the medieval myth of ritual murder. Rumors of Jewish ritual sacrifice likely started when a young boy, Hugh of Lincoln, fell to his death during the time of a Jewish wedding party. Not only was Judaism the first religion to outlaw ritual sacrifice, but Jews are the only ancient Near East people who were forbidden to eat the blood of any animal. May, 1939.
The Loos Haus, a public building in Vienna, Austria, adorned with a huge banner bearing a quotation from Hitler: "Those of the same blood belong in the same Reich." These banners were ubiquitous in Austria in the weeks preceding the April 10th plebescite on Austrian inclusion in the German Reich.
This streetcar in Vienna, Austria, is decorated with swastikas and a sign advertising a speech by Reichminister Rudolph Hess. The Nazi high official would speak in support of the Anschluss - German annexation of Austria. April 7, 1938.
A German civilian (with Nazi armband) holds anti-Jewish boycott signs, while SA members post them on a Jewish-owned business. The signs read, "Germans, defend yourselves against Jewish atrocity propaganda, buy only at German stores." Circa 1933
A German woman undergoes a "racial examination," in which her facial features are measured. The Nazi psuedoscience of racial hierarchy justified extermination of non-German races by claiming them to be inferior. Many Germans accepted this propaganda as scientific truth. Circa 1933-1939.
A German SA officer throws confiscated "un-German" books onto a pyre. German book burnings destroyed Jewish books, as well as any books which posed beliefs in contradiction with the Nazi ideology. May 10, 1933.