Joseph Goebbels Afraid Single Incident with Anne Frank May Make People Think the Nazis were Anti-Jewish
BERLIN, GERMANY – Documents in newly-discovered Nazi archives show that Joseph Goebbels was concerned that the single Anne Frank incident
might make people think that the Nazis were anti-Jewish.
Goebbels expressed this in an op-ed in Das Reich:
"In the Anne Frank case, a low-level official in the Netherlands made a mistake.
But this should not reflect on the Nazi party as a whole. The worst thing that could come out of this one incident is for people jump to the conclusion
that the Nazis are anti-Jewish."
Goebbels finished by saying, "Remember, we are the most trusted name in Jews, and This is who we are."
- The Satirized Evening Post
January 22, 2019
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