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Propaganda slide entitled "The Jew a Bastard," illustrating different racial types, and characterizing Jews as a "bastard" race.

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    Propaganda slide entitled "The Jew a Bastard," illustrating different racial types, and characterizing Jews as a "bastard" race.
    Propaganda slide entitled "The Jew a Bastard," illustrating different racial types, and characterizing Jews as a "bastard" race.

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    Caption
    Propaganda slide entitled "The Jew a Bastard," illustrating different racial types, and characterizing Jews as a "bastard" race.
    Date
    Circa 1936
    Locale
    Germany
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Library of Congress
    Event History
    One image from a slide lecture produced by "Der Reichsfuehrer SS, der Chef des Rasse-und Siedlungshauptamtes" [the Leader of the SS, the Chief of the Race and Settlement Main Office]. The slide lecture, entitled "Das Judentum, seine blutsgebundene Wesensart in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart" [Jewry, Its Blood-based Essence in Past and Future], is Part I of the thematic series, "Judentum, Freimaurerei, Bolschewismus" [Jewry, Freemasonry, Bolshevism]. The text of the slide lecture is available at the Bundesarchiv Koblenz, record group number NS31/163.

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    Photo Source
    Library of Congress
    Copyright: Public Domain
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Roland Klemig

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    2003-12-19 00:00:00
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