Id no. 100.92, Newspaper, German
The Central Union of German Citizens of Jewish Belief was founded in 1893 to protect the civil and social rights of Jews in Germany while also cultivating their German identity and loyalty.
The front page of this issue of their newspaper is concerned with the April 1, 1933 boycott of Jewish businesses. It comments on the Jewish and press reaction to the boycott, urging Jews to “keep your bearing” and “help each other through difficult times.” The paper describes how masses of people appeared at the CV wanting to know their legal position regarding immediate dismissals due to the boycott.
This issue also contains information about how the organization is countering anti-Jewish propaganda and a new Nazi policy which removed many Jewish artists from their positions.