Nazi academics rarely cited The Protocols or, for that matter, other fabrications, such as the ritual murder myth. Antisemitism on the Web. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Protocols of the Elders of Zion. The final, forty-ninth printing of his Handbuch der Judenfrageappeared in and brought the total print run toTheodor Fritsch died inbut his publishing house survived to the end of the Third Reich. It proves that the Jews of the world have no intention of settling in Palestine or any separate country, and that their annual prayer that they may all meet "Next Year in Jerusalem" is merely a piece of their characteristic make-believe.
Harvard University Press,as the title suggests, covers primarily the war years.
Russian TV uses Nazi film in segment advancing Jewish world domination theory
De Michelis argues that it was manufactured in the months after a Russian Zionist congress in Septemberand that it was originally a parody of Jewish idealism meant for internal circulation among antisemites until it was decided to clean it up and publish it as if it were real. The Jews lived in shtetls in the West of the Empire, in the Pale of Settlement and until the s, local Jewish affairs were organised through the qahalincluding for purposes of taxation and conscription into the Imperial Russian Army. His one reference to The Protocols was a mention of Alfred Rosenberg's pamphlet on it—an understandable nod to a powerful Nazi leader. Deutscher Volksverlag,7—8. No such pamphlet followed the much more significant Bern trial. Propaganda Against the Jews.