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Vandalized Souvenir shop Adolf Salberg, Koenigstr 36, Nuremberg. Jewish merchant Adolf Salberg owned a chain of shops for souvenirs, postcards, leatherware, watches and clocks, based in Cologne with outlets in Brussels, Antwerp, Munich, Nuremberg, Leipzig, and Wiesbaden.<br />
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On occasion of the Nuremberg Rally in 1935, where the Nuremberg Laws were presented, German propaganda weekly 'Der Stürmer' issued a special edition on September 5th, 1935. The headline reads ‚Murderers from the beginning. Jewish world bolshevism from Moses to Comintern'
Nazi Germany
Vandalized Souvenir shop Adolf Salberg, Koenigstr 36, Nuremberg. Jewish merchant Adolf Salberg owned a chain of shops for souvenirs, postcards, leatherware, watches and clocks, based in Cologne with outlets in Brussels, Antwerp, Munich, Nuremberg, Leipzig, and Wiesbaden.

On occasion of the Nuremberg Rally in 1935, where the Nuremberg Laws were presented, German propaganda weekly 'Der Stürmer' issued a special edition on September 5th, 1935. The headline reads ‚Murderers from the beginning. Jewish world bolshevism from Moses to Comintern'

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Date: 20 Sep 1935
Location: GERMANY
Credit: Wilhem Walther
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