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“Luther’s Twin Cities Visit Rouses Anti-Nazis”

Hans Luther’s visit to Minnesota in 1935 quickly became a political lightning rod. The arrival of the Nazi ambassador in Minneapolis prompted students and community leaders to protest events planned at the University of Minnesota and local organizations, notably his address to the Civic and Commerce Association. Members of the press drilled Luther on the tenets of Nazi ideology and their offense to American values, and university groups made public resolutions to boycott the 1936 Berlin Olympics in protest of German discrimination

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CreatorAmerican Jewish WorldSourceAmerican Jewish World, November 22, 1935, pp. 1, 5, 6, 20.RightsCourtesy of American Jewish WorldCoverageUniversity of Minnesota, MinnesotaTime Period1930s