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The International Jew vs. White Nationalists

GUILTY (AND PROUD) AS CHARGED An Editorial from the Autumn 2017 issue of Jewish Currents   ON THE DAY after Christmas, 1919, baseball slugger Babe Ruth was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees. The deal was sealed for $100,000 by a theater impresario, Harry Frazee, who had owned the Red Sox […]

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Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Znamya (“Banner”), a Russian publication launched by Pavel Krushevan, a far-right, antisemitic journalist, began publishing the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion in serial form on this date in 1903, according to Mitchell A. Levin’s website, This Day in Jewish History. A fabrication about an international Jewish plan to weaken the will of gentiles through […]

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The Anti-Semitic Congressman

On this date in 1934, Louis T. McFadden, nineteen years in the House of Representatives as a Republican from Pennsylvania, made one of his several speeches on the floor of the House that were filled with anti-Semitism. In these speeches, and in newsletters to his constituents, McFadden cited the fraudulent Protocols of the Elders of […]

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July 11: Imperial Japan’s “Jewish Expert”

Captain Koreshige Inuzuka, head of the Japanese Imperial Navy’s Advisory Bureau on Jewish Affairs from 1939-42, was born in Tokyo on this date in 1890. Stationed near Vladivostok to help the attempted overthrow of the Bolsheviks by the White Russian forces following the Russian Revolution, Inuzuka read the anti-Semitic forgery, The Protocols of the Elders […]

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Carl Th. Dreyer’s Film on Jewish Persecution

by Mike Kuhlenbeck INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED Danish film director Carl Theodor Dreyer (1889-1968) is perhaps best known to English-speaking filmgoers as the force behind the 1932 horror masterpiece Vampyr. However, Dreyer confronted a real-life evil that has haunted the world for centuries, the looming menace of anti-Semitism, with Elsker Hverandre — Love One Another. Dreyer’s fourth […]

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August 10: Funding the the Russo-Japanese War

Peace negotiations to end the Russo-Japanese war began on this date in 1905 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, with President Theodore Roosevelt as the mediator. The war grew out of conflicting imperial ambitions of the Russian Empire and the Empire of Japan in Manchuria and Korea, and resulted in a humiliating defeat for Russia. Japan was […]

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September 21: Exposing the “Protocols”

Russian-born American journalist Herman Bernstein, who exposed The Protocols of the Elders of Zion as a forgery after Henry Ford published it in 1921, was born in Vladislavov (known in Yiddish as Naishtot) on this date in 1876. Bernstein was a prolific journalist for many years, writing for The Nation, New York Times, New York Herald, […]

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