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Proclamations regarding boycott of German products and the Transfer Agreements

Document | Accession Number: 2018.449.1

Contains seven proclamations regarding the boycott of German products and the Transfer Agreements, printed in Palestine; undated, likely 1930s. Includes propaganda and publicity handbills regarding the ban which the Yishuv imposed on German products. The proclamations are (in translation): "Begone German products!", advertisement for Velux razor blades made in Switzerland which "declared that it will protect all Jews"; a blank form addressed to the survey committee "regarding the Transfer and the boycott of German products"; "Until when will the Yishuv support Hitler?" proclamation calling to boycott German products; "Jew! The economic boycott of Germany is the only defense weapon"; "To all the public in Hadera! […] Until when will you support German products?" proclamation by the "Provisional committee for boycotting German in Hadera" condemning the management of Beit HaPoalim in Hadera for screening German films and the violence used by the Beit HaPoalim cinema ushers towards those who opposed showing German films; "Public statement regarding the sad occurrences which took place in the Beit HaPoalim hall" proclamation by the management of Beit HaPoalim explaining that the German films were purchased much earlier and that the cinema does not purchase German films any more, the proclamation also accuses the Beitar movement of being ideologically close to the Hitler regime and with intentionally disrupting public order.

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection. The acquisition of this collection was made possible by the Crown Family.
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