Julius streicher

Julius Streicher achieved notoriety as the editor and publisher of "Die Sturmer," a racist newspaper. Streicher was an early follower of Hitler, a rabid antisemite of limited intelligence, a sadistic pornographer who hated Jews. In "Die Sturmer"  Jews were caricatured and demonized as sub-human vermin. His publication portrayed the Jews in Germany as "untermensch," an alien race that spread contamination. He went to the gallows with the other Nazis who were condemned at the Nuremberg trials.

Julius Streicher achieved notoriety as the editor and publisher of "Die Sturmer," a racist newspaper. Streicher was an early follower of Hitler, a rabid antisemite of limited intelligence, a sadistic pornographer who hated Jews. In "Die Sturmer" Jews were caricatured and demonized as sub-human vermin. His publication portrayed the Jews in Germany as "untermensch," an alien race that spread contamination. He went to the gallows with the other Nazis who were condemned at the Nuremberg trials.

Julius Streicher (1885 – 1946) depraved sadist, fornicator, extortionist, pornographer. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine.

Julius Streicher (1885 – 1946) depraved sadist, fornicator, extortionist, pornographer. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine.

Julius Streicher (12 February 1885 – 16 October 1946) was a prominent Nazi prior to World War II. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine. His portrayal of Jews as subhuman and evil is widely considered to have played a critical role in the dehumanization and marginalization of the Jewish minority in the eyes of common Germans. After the war, he was convicted of crimes against humanity and executed.

Julius Streicher (12 February 1885 – 16 October 1946) was a prominent Nazi prior to World War II. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine. His portrayal of Jews as subhuman and evil is widely considered to have played a critical role in the dehumanization and marginalization of the Jewish minority in the eyes of common Germans. After the war, he was convicted of crimes against humanity and executed.

Joseph Goebbels and Julius Streicher. (via indesirableprincesse)

Joseph Goebbels and Julius Streicher. (via indesirableprincesse)

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Memorable for evil, Nuremberg defendant Julius Streicher, anti-semitic editor of Der Sturmer, did not take part in the Holocaust, but over 25 years, he wrote and preached a constant diatribe that "infected the German mind with the virus of anti-Semitism", inciting the murder and wholesale extermination of Jews on racial grounds. Journalists today who spew constant hatred about their fellow humans should take heed of this lesson from history.(km)

Memorable for evil, Nuremberg defendant Julius Streicher, anti-semitic editor of Der Sturmer, did not take part in the Holocaust, but over 25 years, he wrote and preached a constant diatribe that "infected the German mind with the virus of anti-Semitism", inciting the murder and wholesale extermination of Jews on racial grounds. Journalists today who spew constant hatred about their fellow humans should take heed of this lesson from history.(km)

The haunting connection between these two eras in Jewish history begins with a story from the Talmud in which it is explained that in the Purim story Haman’s daughter committed suicide and thus didn’t need to be hung. Similarly, following the Nuremberg Trials, Hermann Göring, a well known Nazi cross-dresser, also committed suicide and thus was not hung. In fact, Julius Streicher, the Nazi editor of the anti-Semitic Der Stürmer newspaper, even proclaimed before he was hung, “Purim Fest 1946.”

The haunting connection between these two eras in Jewish history begins with a story from the Talmud in which it is explained that in the Purim story Haman’s daughter committed suicide and thus didn’t need to be hung. Similarly, following the Nuremberg Trials, Hermann Göring, a well known Nazi cross-dresser, also committed suicide and thus was not hung. In fact, Julius Streicher, the Nazi editor of the anti-Semitic Der Stürmer newspaper, even proclaimed before he was hung, “Purim Fest 1946.”

Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess (left), and Julius Streicher (right) outside at the third Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg. (August 19-21, 1927)

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Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess (left), and Julius Streicher (right) outside at the third Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg. (August 19-21, 1927)

Julius Streicher – Herausgeber des antisemitischen Hetzblattes "der Stürmer"

Julius Streicher – Herausgeber des antisemitischen Hetzblattes "der Stürmer"

Der Gauleiter Julius Streicher besucht das Diakonissenhaus Hensoltshöhe, 14.Oktober 1934. (Bild: Stadtarchiv Gunzenhausen / Sammlung Biella)

Der Gauleiter Julius Streicher besucht das Diakonissenhaus Hensoltshöhe, (Bild: Stadtarchiv Gunzenhausen / Sammlung Biella)

Julius Streicher is seated in the front row, to the left of the child, in this 1922 photo of Nazi Party members.

Julius Streicher is seated in the front row, to the left of the child, in this 1922 photo of Nazi Party members.

Julius Streicher was born on 12 February 1885 in the Upper Bavarian village of Fleinhausen. An elementary school teacher by profession, Streicher served in a Bavarian unit during the Great War and despite a warning for bad behaviour was awarded the Iron Cross First Class, and he rose from enlisted man to lieutenant

Julius Streicher was born on 12 February 1885 in the Upper Bavarian village of Fleinhausen. An elementary school teacher by profession, Streicher served in a Bavarian unit during the Great War and despite a warning for bad behaviour was awarded the Iron Cross First Class, and he rose from enlisted man to lieutenant

Baldur von Shirach and Hiterjugend marching in Nuremberg  www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

Baldur von Shirach and Hiterjugend marching in Nuremberg www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

Julius Streicher the 'Jewbaiter' in the defendants' dock during the Nuremberg trials

Julius Streicher the 'Jewbaiter' in the defendants' dock during the Nuremberg trials

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