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Streicher

(ˈʃtraɪkə)
n
(Biography) Julius. 1885–1946, German Nazi journalist and politician, who spread anti-Semitic propaganda as editor of Der Stürmer (1923–45). He was hanged as a war criminal
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The publisher of the newspaper, Julius Streicher, was executed for crimes against humanity after WWII.
Or -- and this is especially bad -- people who instrumentalized Luther, such as the Nazi politician Julius Streicher who said, during the Nuremberg Trials: 'Actually it shouldn't be me sitting here on the defendant's seat, rather Luther.
The sale in Munich, the birthplace of Nazism, includes the rope used to hang Nazi propagandist Julius Streicher at Nuremberg.
The victims included Joachim von Ribbentrop, Alfred Rosenberg and Julius Streicher.
He writes, "There was Julius Streicher, whose shaven head was an ugly pink sea urchin," and characterizes Josef Goebbels as an "extraordinarily unpleasant person who physically resembled Nosferatu the Vampire of film legend" (38, 53).
Some of the most hateful cartoons of Jewish men appeared in the magazine Der Sturmer edited by Julius Streicher who was the Nazi editor of the notorious anti-Semitic newspaper.
With the current ethnic cleansing in Arakan against the Rohingyas, we are once again reminded of this ugly truth that it is a national project in Myanmar that is led by a criminal neo-Nazi regime where a good percentage of Rakhine and Burman majority - brainwashed by their own brand of Julius Streicher in the likes of (late) Aye Kyaw, Aye Chan, Khin Maung Saw and others - are willing participants.
Todliche Maskeraden: Julius Streicher and die "Losung der Judenfrage," by Franco Ruault.
In many countries Jews are described in terms Hitler's arch Jew-baiter Julius Streicher might have hesitated to use in his hate sheet Der Sturmer.
Indeed many leading figures in the movement published not just political tracts but also, like Goebbels, novels; or, like the rabble-rousing anti-semite and Nazi propagandist Julius Streicher, improbable though it may seem, poetry.
El veredicto determino 12 penas de muerte para Martin Bormann (juzgado en rebeldia), Hermann Goering, Joachim von Ribbentrop, Ernst Kalterbrunner, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Wilhelm Frick, Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Julius Streicher, Fritz Sauckel, Wilhelm Keitel y Alfred Jodl (Robert Ley se suicido en octubre de 1945); siete condenas, tres perpetuas: Hess, Funk y Raeder; dos a veinte anos de prision: Speer y Von Schirach; uno a quince anos: Von Neurath; uno a diez anos: Doenitz; y tres fueron absueltos: Schacht, Von Papen y Fritzche.
In one spot in the book he explains that Hitler promoted the anti-Semite newspaper publisher Julius Streicher to leader of the Nazi party in Franconia, Germany.