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From: (Mark Van Alstine)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: "Der Stuermer"-Hitler's Favorite Mag?
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 1996 10:52:48 -0800
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In article <523cgs$>, wrote:


>Mike-please stop telling people I do not provide.  I will provide when asked.  
>You asked, so here is the source:  "Concentration Camp Dachau", Comite' 
>International de Dachau 65, rue de Haerne, Brussels, Lipp KG, Munich.

More precisely, Herr Schwarzesel, it is:

_Concentration Camp Dachau 1933-1945_
ISBN 3-87490-528
Comite' International de Dachau 65,
rue de Haerne, Brussels
Lipp GmbH, Munich.

...And which, on page 40, one can find a photo (plate 72) of a newspaper
article (Berliner Tageblatt, 18.5.1934) and its translation:


By order of the Chancellor the specal issue of the "Stu"rmer has been
confiscated as it contains an attack on Christ's Holy Communion.


IN connection with the Chancellor's confiscation order of the Ritual
Murder issue of the "Stu"rmer" the Protestant Church of Nuremberg has, in
its entirety, issued the following statement:

In the special issue of the weekly newspaper the "Stu"rmer" of May 1,
1934, reference is made to the Holy Communion in connection with Jewish
ritual murders. We publically protest before God and our entire
congregation this attrocious attack on the Church's Holy Sacrement. It is
a blasphemy not only against Christ but against God himself.

Interesting, is it not, Herr Schwarzesel, that the "Ritual Murder" issue
of the Stu"rmer was ordered _confiscated_ by the Chancellor (Hitler) not
because it was visciously anti-Semitic and heiniously slandered the Jews,
but because it contained "an attack on Christ's Holy Communion." One might
even argue that the _only_ reason it was orderd confiscated was because of
the vociferous outcry by the German churches, such as the Protestant
Church of Nuremberg, not against such a despicable attack against the
Jews, but against an "attrocious attack on the Church's Holy Sacrement." 

Furthermore, is it not also interesting, Herr Schwarzesel, that the
Berliner Tageblatt reported on May 18, 1934, that the "Ritual Murder"
issue of the Stu"rmer was ordered to be confiscated? One can only wonder
how many issues were actually confiscated some eighteen days _after_ the
"Ritual Murder" issue of the Stu"rmer was published....


> As I stated, MANY found this issue to be particularly offensive, apparently 
> Hitler included.  Sorry to rain on your parade.....

Really? Interesting that you claim that Hitler found _Der Stu"rmer_
"particularly offensive" considering that, despite a wartime paper
shortage, Hitler made sure that _Der Stu"rmer_ had enough paper to
continue publication right up to the end of the war. (cf. _Encylclopedia
of the Holocaust_, p.1421.) 

Methinks, Herr Schwarzesel, thoust bloweth fumes from thine arse. Again. 

Isn't it simply amazing, Herr Schwarzesel, what the need to espouse
scumbag Nazi apologia will drive people to do? 


"Gradually it was disclosed to me that the line separating good and evil passes 
not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties--but
right through every human heart--and all human hearts." 

-- Alexander Solzhenitsyn, "The Gulag Archipelago"

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