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Douglas Chandler (1889 - ?) was an American journalist who found that his devotion to the United States was only as strong as its economy. When the Great Depression struck he left for Europe. It didn't take much time before he discovered that cool Joseph Goebbels and his pals at Hitler's Ministry of Propaganda couldn't live without him - and just like that: a radio show was born -

"Chandler blames all the ills of the world, from the first flood to the epizootic, upon [wait for it:] the Jews. He finds no difficulty in this regard, for he classifies as Jews whomever he wished to revile."

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Douglas Chandler of Illinois (Coronet Magazine, 1943)

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