Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
23 March 1933 page 6.
N. Y. Jews Protest
New York, Mar. 23 (AP)—In
orderly demonstration against an-
ti-semitic activites in Germany
members of Jewish organizations
estimated by police to number 10,-
000 marched on City hall today to
present a resolution of protest to
The parade was organized by the
Jewish war veterans of the Unit-
ed States and was participated in
by numerous other organizations.
Just before the march began at St.
Marks place, to the north of City
hall, about 50 members of the ex-
servicements league, a radical or-
ganization, arrived and insisted on
joining the parade despite refusal
of the organizers. They were quiet-
ly dispersed by police.
BERLIN, Mar. 23 (AP)–In a
short semi-official statement is-
sued today the german govern-
ment threatened drastic measures
against foreign correspondent
guilty of spreading atrocity re-
The statement asked how, if any
economic boycott agitated by cer-
tain American circles were car-
ried out, is the question of pri-
vate debts to be regulated proper-
The warning was directed not
only against correspondent but
also against their newspapers. It
would take such form as barring
the papers from the German mail.
The statement emphasized that
any boycott would affect the United
States more adversely than Ger-