Boycott of Jewish Stores in Germany

The Nazis hold a nationwide one-day boycott against Jewish businesses in Germany on April 1, 1933. This marks the first government-sanctioned action against the Jews of Germany.

Black-and-white photograph of three men in military uniforms, standing in front of a closed storefront that has iron gates. Two of the hold up signs written in German. The other soldier is in discussion with a civilian.
Nazi SA members picket and wear boycott signs, blocking the entrance to a Jewish-owned shop. (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park)

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