The boycott of Jewish businesses in Berlin. [Rare views, not the oft-repeated scenes] Exterior scenes of Berlin streets, which, the narrator notes, are calm and orderly on the eve of the boycott. Scene opens on the "e v. Grunfeld" store; in the next scene shop names of "Rosenberg", others, are visible. Shot of "Leiser" store; heavy pedestrian traffic in the street, streetcars passing. Shot of "Kaufhaus des Westens," "Hermann Tietz" Sign in a window reads, in English and German: "Germans, defend yourself against Jewish atrocity propaganda!" People on the street, conscious of the camera. Closer view of Leiser store, with boycott signs visible in the windows. SA men crossing a street; patrolling in front of a shop, marching with signboards. Exterior of movie theater showing with a marquee advertising "Blutendes Deutschland" Der Film der Nationalen Erbhebung." [Bleeding Germany, the film of national uplift].
Production: 1933 April 05
- Accessed at United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Bundesarchiv Filmarchiv
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