Israel hate up close and personal
by Petra Marquardt, blogs.jpost.com, Jun. 30, 2014
Editor’s note: the article refers to “Juden Raus”…here is Wikipedia’s explanation:
Juden Raus! (1936)
Juden Raus (“Jews out”) is a Cross and Circle-style game published in Germany by Günther & Co. in 1936, just one year after the Nuremberg Laws were put into effect. The game was advertised as “entertaining, instructive and solidly constructed.” The game’s equipment includes a pair of dice, a game board, and several game piece figurines with large pointed hats meant to represent Jews.
Players take turns rolling the dice and moving their “Jews” across the map toward “collection points” outside the city walls for deportation to Mandate Palestine.Written on the game board, it says “If you manage to see off 6 Jews, you’ve won a clear victory!”
Juden Raus was not an official Nazi propaganda effort but an unsuccessful commercial product. The game was criticized by an SS journal that felt it trivialized anti-Semitic policies.