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The Jewish boycott of German goods refers to one of the international Jewish responses to the enacted policies against Jews in Nazi Germany.

The boycott started in March 1933 in both Europe and the US, but was uncoordinated and soon ended.[1] The Nazi regime was sufficiently concerned that they protested internationally and in April also organized a counter-boycott of Jewish business in Germany.[2]

Both the Nazis and some outside Germany saw the boycott as an act of aggression, with the UK newspaper Daily Express going so far as to put as headline "Judea Declares War on Germany".[3]

According to a December 1936 article in Time Magazine the Association of German National Jews was then fighting against the Jewish boycott of German goods.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Berel Lang, "Philosophical witnessing: the Holocaust as presence", p.132
  2. Berel Lang, "Philosophical witnessing: the Holocaust as presence", p.132
  3. Berel Lang, "Philosophical witnessing: the Holocaust as presence", p.132
  4. Books: Vicious Circle Time Magazine Monday, Dec. 21, 1936

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