Page 9, 4th June 1937

4th June 1937
Page 9
Page 9, 4th June 1937 — AUSTRIA'S PRESS BANDITS Nazi Influences Causes Alarm
Close

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.

Tags

Locations: Essen

Share


Related articles

Austria's Freedom O Has Mussolini Deserted The Ship ?

Page 9 from 18th June 1937

Austro-german Pact

Page 3 from 17th July 1936

Bishops Still Condemn Nazism

Page 3 from 11th December 1936

Austria's Sinister Home Secretary

Page 9 from 11th March 1938

Nazi Hold On Austria

Page 2 from 23rd April 1937

AUSTRIA'S PRESS BANDITS Nazi Influences Causes Alarm

From Our Austrian Correspondent.

The unaccountable freedom of Nazi pro pagandists in Austria is reflected in the activities of two newspapers which are a

continual source of worry to the majority of people in the country. These papers are Neue Zeit and the Essenu Nationalzeitung.

Austrians in the real sense of the ward are surprised that the Neue Zeit should be tolerated at all, and the Freie Arbeiterstimme, a working-class weekly, has protested vigorously, saying that any openly pro-Bolshevist paper would naturally and rightly long since have been suppressed. The paper is printed by a formerly Socialist press, and the workers, Catholic and Socialist alike, thoroughly dislike the idea of printing this Nazi organ.

The other, the Essenu Nationalzeitung, an Essen paper (Essen used to be in the Rhineland) displays an inordinate interest in Austria and has a special edition printed for Austria. It is hardly necessary to add that this paper, General Goering's own organ, has naturally given the usual pornographic account of the moral attacks upon the Chutch in Germana.




blog comments powered by Disqus