From The Fraternal Visitor Christadelphian Magazine (1935):
August 15th in Berlin was devoted to Anti-Jewish propaganda which culminated in a monster rally in the evening at the Sportpalast. Herr Julius Streicher, Germany’s leading anti-Semite, addressed an audience of 15,000 on the menace of the Jews. Jewish shops were covered with bills announcing the meeting, and there were several cases of brutal maltreatment of individual Jews. The Hymn of Hate against Jewry was sung also in Munich, but anti-Catholic demonstrations were more prominent and more violent. Motor lorries filled with stormtroopers were driven up and down the streets amid cries of “Down with political catholicism! Down with black reaction!”
- The Fraternal Visitor, September 1935
The continued Nazi attacks upon Jewry in Germany is keeping alive a new interest in the Jews, as shown by numerous newspaper articles which appear at frequent intervals. Recently a “Defense of Jews,” in the Daily Express, called attention to the fact that the supreme evidence in their deviance is the basic fact that Jesus, the founder of Christianity, was a Jew. “If there had been no Jews, there would have been no Jesus. If there had been no Hebrew prophets Christianity would never have shaped the history of the whole world.” It is acknowledged that while the great empires of the ancient would have vanished and perished, the Jews have survived them all, through many centuries of exodus and dispersion.
- The Fraternal Visitor, October 1935
From the New Judea we learn that the arrangement for the transfer of the capital of German-Jewish immigrants to Palestine has provoked a good deal of recrimination in Jewish circles. That a matter of this king vitally affecting large numbers of German Jews should be the subject of heated argument is astonishing. It may have its drawbacks, but any plan in a situation as ugly as that of the Jews in Germany is bound to be accompanied by some unpleasantness. Some Jews outside of Germany are urging German Jews to resign themselves to martyrdom! If they felt the tightening hold of the Nazi noose around the neck of German Jewry they would probably talk differently - The Fraternal Visitor, December 1935