GERMANY: Press Purge

Adolf Hitler makes most of his money by selling Mein Kampf ("My Struggle"), the autobiographic "Nazi Bible" which has passed 2,000,000 copies, and out of his newspaper Völkisclier Beobachter ("The People's Observer").

Burly Max Amann directs Eher, the firm which publishes both Kampf and Beobachter. Fortnight ago another Berlin newspaper, founded by Jews, nosed the Realmleader's organ out of first circulation place (TIME, April 29). No man to take this lying down is Max Amann. Two years ago Employer Hitler made him President of the Chamber of the German Press with vast...

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