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An anti-Semitic cartoon which features members of a Jewish athletic club marching down a road called "Poesie," behind their promoter, who holds a banner with the insignia of the Freemasons and the Bolsheviks and which reads, "'Meisel Sport' Talmud-Federation."

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    An anti-Semitic cartoon which features members of a Jewish athletic club marching down a road called "Poesie," behind their promoter, who holds a banner with the insignia of the Freemasons and the Bolsheviks and which reads, "'Meisel Sport' Talmud-Federation."
    An anti-Semitic cartoon which features members of a Jewish athletic club marching down a road called "Poesie," behind their promoter, who holds a banner with the insignia of the Freemasons and the Bolsheviks and which reads, "'Meisel Sport' Talmud-Federation."

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    An anti-Semitic cartoon which features members of a Jewish athletic club marching down a road called "Poesie," behind their promoter, who holds a banner with the insignia of the Freemasons and the Bolsheviks and which reads, "'Meisel Sport' Talmud-Federation."
    Date
    1933 - 1945
    Locale
    Germany
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Raphael Aronson

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Raphael Aronson
    Source Record ID: Hauptarchiv der NSDAP stamp
    Second Record ID: Collections: 2005.68

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    2004-06-03 00:00:00
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