Jews March Against Nazi Terrorism 1938

While elderly Jews prayed in their synagogues, young Jews and sympathizers marched in protest through the West End of London, Nov. 13, 1938. As they neared the German embassy in Carlton House-Terrace London, they were held up by police but later their leaders were let through. They delivered a note addressed to the German ambassador, calling on Germany to end “these organized pogroms which rank with the worst crimes perpetrated by the tyrants of the middle ages.” (AP Photo)

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