Felix Mendelssohn was a composer who honored Germany with his music. But
Felix Mendelssohn was also a Jew. Last week his statue was removed from
the Municipal Theatre in Diisseldorf and Herr Dr. Alfred Rosenberg, as
"spiritual adviser" of the German people, issued an order for other
German composers to try to write music for Shakespeare's Midsummer
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