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Streicher

Julius. 1885--1946, German Nazi journalist and politician, who spread anti-Semitic propaganda as editor of Der Stürmer (1923--45). He was hanged as a war criminal
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Rope used to kill war criminal Julius Streicher at Nuremberg
Unlike Julius Streicher who was motivated by hatred, Zucker is motivated by sales, no matter how many African American lives he places in jeopardy by using his power to raise hate crimes against them.
and "The Influx Viruses") among the Rakhaings, steering the wheel of intolerance against the Rohingyas of Myanmar today, Julius Streicher (1885 - 1946) was the ideologue responsible for breeding hatred against the Jews of Germany.
Julius Streicher has been increasingly relegated to a secondary role in Nazi Germany's elite.
When Heidegger was asked after the war why he had joined in a banquet for Julius Streicher, the publisher of the virulent Jew-hating propaganda newspaper Der Sturmer, he dismissed the charge and tried to distance himself from Streicher by calling the newspaper low-class pornography, totally unaware that his presumed intelligent upper-class status made him more culpable, not less.
Justifiably, Goldensohn was less restrained in his caustic assessment of Julius Streicher, editor of the anti-Semitic Der Sturmer, whom he described as ".
But Julius Streicher, Hitler's chief anti-Semitic publicist, made the best case possible for political cabaret by conversely threatening to close it down.
Randall Bytwerk's fine study of Julius Streicher and Der Sturmer, which he edited from May 1923 until February 1945, was first published in 1983.
A key proponent of anti-Semitic propaganda for children was Julius Streicher, the editor of Der Sturmer (The Storm Trooper) and head of a publishing house used to disseminate anti-Semitic propaganda throughout the Hitler years.
Sprecher, who actually traveled in Nazi Germany in the mid-1930s, was a young army officer/lawyer when tapped to be a prosecutor in the first and most important of the thirteen Nuremberg trials--the one that convicted such Nazi bigshots as Hermann Goering, Rudolph Hess, Julius Streicher, Albert Speer, and Martin Bormann.
Prominently on view at the exhibition are front covers of the party organ Der Sturmer, the weekly newspaper founded in 1923 by Julius Streicher which preached hated of the Jews through crude cartoons and features.
Who would not expect Gay to hate the propagandist Julius Streicher or to have nursed wartime dreams of revenge against the Germans?