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The attached 1933 article presented a sampling of Jewish thought from around Europe and the United States regarding the unexpected rise of Adolf Hitler:

"...But Dr. Isaac Landman, editor of the THE AMERICAN HEBREW, has an idea, he writes in THE NEW YORK SUN, that President Hindenburg and von Papen 'took a leaf from the book of Abraham Lincoln and brought their opponents whom they feared most into camp where they could watch them, perhaps control them...Those of us in the United States who are in touch with the German situation hope that the Jews of the rest of the world, will remain calm, equally with the Jews of Germany, and quietly await developments..."

     


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Israel's Alarm at Hitler's Rise (Literary Digest, 1933)

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