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Two Nazi stormtroopers stand guard in front of the H. L. Heimann store in Bopfingen, to prevent would-be shoppers from violating the Nazi boycott of Jewish-owned businesses. Two signs have been placed in front of the store. The sign on the left reads: "The Jews are our Misfortune." The sign on the right reads: "A German buys nothing from Jews."

Photograph | Photograph Number: 20212

Two Nazi stormtroopers stand guard in front of the H. L. Heimann store in Bopfingen, to prevent would-be shoppers from violating the Nazi boycott of Jewish-owned businesses. Two signs have been placed in front of the store. The sign on the left reads: "The Jews are our Misfortune." The sign on the right reads: "A German buys nothing from Jews."

The business belonged to the donor's father. Pictured at the entrance to the store is Sali Heimann, who was later killed in a concentration camp in Riga.

Photographer
David Heimann
Date
1933 April 01
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Karl Heiman
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Record last modified: 2000-07-27 00:00:00
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