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Nashua Telegraph, Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.A. 7 April 1933 page 4.
February
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Seldte Expects Hitler Cabinet for Five Years
Nashua Telegraph, 27 February 1933 page 1.

Outlawing of Red Party Expected in Germany; Will Insure Hitler’s Control
Nashua Telegraph, 28 February 1933 page 4.

March
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Militant Germany at Ceremonial
Nashua Telegraph, 21 March 1933 page 7.

Wipes Out Last Vestige of Democracy
Nashua Telegraph, 22 March 1933 page 2.

State Dept. Queries About Mistreatment, German Jews
Nashua Telegraph, 22 March 1933 page 4.

Foes of Dictator Threaten
Nashua Telegraph, 23 March 1933 page 5.

N.Y. Jews Protest German Activities – Hitler Threatens News Correspondents
2 ARTICLES Nashua Telegraph, 23 March 1933 page 6.

Hitlerites Tear Down Republican Flags
Nashua Telegraph, 24 March 1933 page 1.

Atrocities Against Jews Stir British
Nashua Telegraph, 24 March 1933 page 9.

World Wide Protests At Hitler Antisemitic Acts
Nashua Telegraph, 25 March 1933 pages 1 and 2.

Bishop Withdraws From Jew Protest
Nashua Telegraph, 27 March 1933 page 1.

Telegram To Cardinal O’Connell
Nashua Telegraph, 27 March 1933 pages 1 and 8.

Goebbels Announces “Sharp Counter-active Measures”
Nashua Telegraph, 27 March 1933 page 8.

Protest Hitler Regime – Counter Revolt Breaks In Ranks of Nazis Supporters
2 ARTICLES Nashua Telegraph, 28 March 1933 pages 1 and 9.

Nazis Threaten Retaliation as Protests for Jews Grows
Nashua Telegraph, 28 March 1933 page 4.

New York Bankers Fear Repudiation for Protests
Nashua Telegraph, 28 March 1933 page 9.

Organize to Stop All Jew Activity
Nashua Telegraph, 29 March 1933 pages 1 and 6.

Jews Turn to Hitler for Succor
Nashua Telegraph, 30 March 1933 page 6.

Nazis Drive Jew Judges from Berlin Law Courts
Nashua Telegraph, 31 March 1933 pages 1 and 9.

U.S. to Use Good Offices Neighborly
Nashua Telegraph, 31 March 1933 page 5.

April
1933
APRIL 1933
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Nazis Boycott is Underway in Berlin
Nashua Telegraph, 1 April 1933

Paris Boycotts German Stores
Nashua telegraph, 1 April 1933 page 1.

Einstein to Relinquish German Nationality
Nashua Telegraph, 1 April 1933 page 2.

Boycott Not Likely to Resume
Nashua Telegraph, 3 April 1933 pages 1 and 8.

Senator Borah Works Backstage
Nashua Telegraph, 3 April 1933 page 9.

Ashamed of the Fatherland
Nashua Telegraph, 3 April 1933 page 4.

Jewish Veterans Boycott German Goods
Nashua Telegraph, 3 April 1933 page 4.

Canadian Jews Join in Protest
Nashua Telegraph, 3 April 1933 page 4.

Police Raid Jewish Quarter
Nashua Telegraph, 4 April 1933 page 4.

Von Papen and Goering to Confer With Mussolini
Nashua Telegraph, 5 April 1933 page 1.

At the Helm in Germany
Nashua Telegraph, 6 April 1933 page 6.

330 Slain in Revolution
Nashua Telegraph, 7 April 1933 (pictured here)

Einstein to Join Univ. of Madrid Faculty
Nashua Telegraph, 10 April 1933 page 1.

German Envoys Session With Papal Sec of State
Nashua Telegraph, 10 April 1933 page 4.

Hitler Rejects Sea Supremacy; Refugees Flee to France
2 ARTICLES Nashua Telegraph, 10 April 1933 page 9.

Terms to End Sooner
Nashua Telegraph, 11 April 1933 page 9.

Hitler Changing Education Code
Nashua Telegraph, 12 April 1933 page 4.

Von Papen, Goering Meet With Pope Pius
Nashua Telegraph, 12 April 1933 page 6.

Europe’s Leaders Watch Frontiers; Sore Spots Left By Post-War Pacts
Nashua Telegraph, 13 April 1933 page 1.

Germans Back Italy Peace Pact
Nashua Telegraph, 13 April 1933 page 8.

German Ambassador Instructed to Protest
Nashua Telegraph, 14 April 1933 page 7.

Brown Shirts Chased Away in France
Nashua Telegraph, 14 April 1933 page 7.

German Embassy Protests
Nashua Telegraph, 15 April 1933 page 8.

Hitler’s Birthday
Nashua Telegraph, 20 April 1933 pages 1 and 13.

Jews, Socialists and Communists Removed from Engineering
Nashua Telegraph, 22 April 1933 page 1.

May
1933
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Hitler Speech, Suicides
2 ARTICLES Nashua Telegraph, 8 May 1933 page 1.

Germans Burn Thousands, Books
Nashua Telegraph, 11 May 1933 page 2.

Convention of Zionists Gets Underway
Nashua Telegraph, 3 July 1933 page 4.

70 Arrested in Altona, Germany
Nashua Telegraph, 6 July 1933 page 6

Nazi Propaganda
Nashua Telegraph, 6 July 1933 page 6

Seeks Support of Outlawed Austrian Nazis
Nashua Telegraph, 8 July 1933 page 2

Hoover Unlikely to Handle Refugee Problem
Nashua Telegraph, 29 September 1933 page 1. 9 KB

Admits Guilt in Reichstag Blaze
Nashua Telegraph, 30 September 1933 page 2. 221 KB

All Nazi Propaganda Ruled Out
Nashua Telegraph, 3 April 1934 page 9. 1506 KB

Hitler’s Friend Is Not Coming
Nashua Telegraph, 4 April 1934 pages 1 and 7.

Wirt and Nazis Probers Named By Rainey Today
Nashua Telegraph, 4 April 1934 page 4.

Hitler Intervenes in Nazi-Catholic Situation
Nashua Telegraph, 7 April 1934 page 1.

Hitler Strides Into Ch. Affray
Nashua Telegraph, 7 April 1934 page 2.

Storm Troops Defy Hitler
Nashua Telegraph, 29 June 1934 page 1.

Hindenburg Guards Von Papen
Nashua Telegraph, 2 July 1934 page 1.

Hanfstengl Sees Brighter German Future
Nashua Telegraph, 2 July 1934 page 1.

Anxiety and Hope at Washington
Nashua Telegraph, 2 July 1934 page 6.

Army Shows Hitler It’s Loyal
Nashua Telegraph, 3 July 1934 page 1.

Nazis Renew Anti-Jew Drive
Nashua Telegraph, 5 July 1934 page 1.

October
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Nazi Army in Sudetens; Czechs Give Up To Poles
Nashua Telegraph, 1 October 1938 page 1.

Bund Stopped From N.J. Demonstration
Nashua Telegraph, 3 October 1938 page 3.

March into Czechoslovakia—Military Parade in Paris
Nashua Telegraph, 4 October 1938 page 1.

Italy Restricts Jews, Forbids Intermarriage
Nashua Telegraph, 7 October 1938 page 1.

U.S. Note and Vatican Stand Irritate Italians
Nashua Telegraph, 8 October 1938 page 1

Jewish Leaders Call Meeting of Protest
Nashua Telegraph, 13 October 1938 page 2

Nashua Jewry Hears Zionist Pres. Broadcast
Nashua Telegraph, 14 October 1938 page 4

65,000 Sudeten Jews Seek Entry To United States
Nashua Telegraph, 15 October 1938 page 8

Violation of Trust
Nashua Telegraph, 17 October 1938 page 6

Nazis Seize Six In Vienna
Nashua Telegraph, 18 October 1938 pages 1 and 2

Avenging Polish Jew Shoots Nazi
Nashua Telegraph, 7 November 1938 page 5

Disarming Berlin Jews Is Underway
Nashua Telegraph, 8 November 1938 page 1

Vienna Police Order to Jews
Nashua Telegraph, 8 November 1938 page 1

Nazi Officer Shot by Jewish Boy Died Today
Nashua Telegraph, 9 November 1938 page 2

Italy Issues Drastic Anti Jewish Decree
Nashua Telegraph, 10 November 1938 page 1


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