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Excerpt from an undated letter by Julius Streicher to Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, in which Streicher asks for Goebbels' support in his feud with Field Marshall Hermann Goering.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 95312

Excerpt from an undated letter by Julius Streicher to Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, in which Streicher asks for Goebbels' support in his feud with Field Marshall Hermann Goering.

The original INS caption reads: "That's the way Julius Streicher began his letter to Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels in which the no.1 Jew-baiter of Nazi Germany asks Goebbels to support him in his feud with Field Marshal Goering."

Images of Streicher's correspondence were made available by the International News Service in October, 1945, and were used to illustrate a series of articles about Julius Streicher, a defendant at the International Military Tribunal war crimes trial in Nuremberg. The original INS caption reads: "This letter from Julius Streicher to Leni Riefenstahl, Nazi movie actress, marked the beginning of their secret romance. Written in German, it is the copy found in Streicher's private files by Lieut. Causin. In the portion shown here, Streicher begins by discussing Leni's literary efforts, and ends by inviting her to his estate."

Date
1933 - 1945
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Joanne Schartow
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Record last modified: 2003-12-15 00:00:00
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