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Die Lageberichte der Geheimen Staatspolizei über die Provinz Brandenburg und die Reichshauptstadt Berlin 1933 bis 1936

Author: Wolfgang Ribbe; Sibylle Hinze; Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei.
Publisher: Köln : Böhlau, 1998-
Series: Veröffentlichungen aus den Archiven Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Bd. 40.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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A collection of the original Gestapo reports. Many of them contain brief mention of the expanded activities of Jewish organizations, especially the formation of youth groups; an agricultural training school preparing young Jews for emigration to Palestine; the unwillingness of Jews in general to emigrate; Germans who continue to shop in Jewish stores, and big concerns - even the military - that continue to give  Read more...
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Lageberichte der Geheimen Staatspolizei über die Provinz Brandenburg und die Reichshauptstadt Berlin 1933 bis 1936.
Köln : Böhlau, 1998-
(OCoLC)607847046
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Ribbe; Sibylle Hinze; Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei.
ISBN: 3412120960 9783412120962
OCLC Number: 39160709
Description: volumes <1> ; 25 cm.
Contents: Teilbd. 1. Der Regierungsbezirk Potsdam / mit ergänzenden Materialien bearbeitet, eingeleitet und erläutert von Sibylle Hinze.
Series Title: Veröffentlichungen aus den Archiven Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Bd. 40.
Responsibility: herausgegeben von Wolfgang Ribbe.

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A collection of the original Gestapo reports. Many of them contain brief mention of the expanded activities of Jewish organizations, especially the formation of youth groups; an agricultural training school preparing young Jews for emigration to Palestine; the unwillingness of Jews in general to emigrate; Germans who continue to shop in Jewish stores, and big concerns - even the military - that continue to give large orders to Jewish firms; but also growing antisemitism among Germans, expressed in signs "Jews not wanted here" as well as in unlawful vandalism and violence that needs to be stopped. In the introduction (pp. 1-20), the editor explains that in this mainly suburban and rural area surrounding Berlin, Jews formed only 2.8% of the population in 1933 and steadily less through the 1930s, as they moved into Berlin for greater safety in anonymity. Accordingly, references to them in these reports are mostly brief.

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