From The Fraternal Visitor Christadelphian Magazine (1934):
Jews in Germany appear to be facing another period of persecution. The worst areas of anti-Semitism just now are Breslau and Nuremberg. Divorces are now being granted to those who have married a Jew or a Jewess in error! Under the headline, "A Historic Moment," one paper annunces that the last Jew has left the district of Hersbruck. It was a rick hop-growing area, the trade of which was almost exclusively in the hands of Jews, but the Nazis have brought pressure to bear on the farmers not to trade with Jews, who have thus lost their livelihood and have been cast adrift.
Herr Julius Streicher's anti-Jewish periodical, Der Sturmer––which has been on sale throughout Germany for over a fortnight- has now been confiscated by order of Herr Hitler 'on account of an attack on the Christian Communioin." This is a very poor justification––the fact being that the "Ritual Murder Number" was denounced by the London Times and many foreign papers as a "gruesome production"––but now that it has done its wicked work of misrepresentation, the few copies left at the publishing office had been confiscated.
In contrast with this it is reported from Frankfort that the Heidelberg students' corps "Vandalia," having refused to expel its old members of the Jewish race, has itself been expelled from the confederation of Heidelberg students.
- The Fraternal Visitor, June 1934
GERMANY - In the spring of last year, the chiefs of the Nazi Storm Troops directed their private army to molest in the homes, offices and working shops, the Jews of the Reich. Is it not a remarkable example of retribution that these chiefs, having revolted against Herr Hitler, whom they then obeyed, should all die by Hitler’s “ ruthless and bloody intervention”? The Chancellor, speaking to the Reichstag, said that fifty-three were just shot; thirteen were shot when resisting arrest; five for complicity; three for mishandling prisoners; and three committed suicide: a total of seventy-seven. "I beat down the revolution before it had time to spring up. I gave the order to burn out the tumors. He who lifts his hand for a blow agasint the State mut know that death is his fate." The Reichstag, composed of Nazi members only, unanimously approved the Government's action and thanked Hitler, who had executed these men without any trial.
- The Fraternal Visitor, August 1934
The Nazi Government have to deal with grave troubles resulting from their policy. Their political blunders include "the attack on the Jews and the persecution of the two great Christian confessions.” Even to-day Hitler under his own name in print is circulating his recommendation of poison gas for Hebrews, and declares that religious opinions ought to be imposed by violence.