International: Boycott Front Line

Good news for Jews came last week from the front lines of their boycott war against Nazi Germany. Noting "consumer resistance to goods of German origin," Manhattan's R. H. Macy & Co. announced that in the past six months their German orders had declined 98%. Hence, the biggest department store in the U. S. was closing its Berlin purchasing office, moving to Prague. Few days later Bernard F. Gimbel announced: "There now being practically no demand for German merchandise Gimbel Brothers, Inc. have discontinued buying German goods." Other big Manhattan department stores which...

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