NSDAP Nazi Anti Jewish Racist Propaganda Germany 1934 Der Stürmer Tabloid Newspaper special issue, image shows Jews extracting blood from Christian children for use in religious rituals (an example of the blood libel against Jews) Weekly German newspaper published by Julius Streicher, the Gauleiter of Franconia, from 1923 to the end of World War II Nuremberg Nazi Germany During WW2 Streicher regularly authorized articles demanding the annihilation and extermination of the Jewish race. Der Stürmer was best known for its anti-Semitic caricatures, which depicted Jews as ugly characters

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NSDAP Nazi Anti Jewish Racist Propaganda Germany 1934 Der Stürmer Tabloid Newspaper special issue, image shows Jews extracting blood from Christian children for use in religious rituals (an example of the blood libel against Jews) Weekly German newspaper published by Julius Streicher, the Gauleiter of Franconia, from 1923 to the end of World War II Nuremberg Nazi Germany During WW2 Streicher regularly authorized articles demanding the annihilation and extermination of the Jewish race. Der Stürmer was best known for its anti-Semitic caricatures, which depicted Jews as ugly characters
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Location: Nuremberg Germany

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