Together they forged an alliance against Nazism, employing propaganda, public relations, and physical assaults. Among the extraordinary events that resulted were Jewish prizefighters who had protected Newark crime boss Longie Zwillman's bootleg whiskey shipments turning their attention to stopping the Nazis after Prohibition ended in 1933.q--BOOK JACKET.Bayor, Ronald H., Neighbors in Conflict, The Irish, Germans, Jews, and Italians of New York City, 1929-1941, Urbana, 1988, pp. 97, 98, 101. 171. Ibid., pp. ... Brady told Gipfel that he knew his lineage and that he should take a civil service test so he could get a aquot;niceaquot; office job. Gipfel expressed ... Glaser, Martha, aquot;The German- American Bund in New Jersey, aquot; New Jersey History, Vol. XCII, N. 1., Springanbsp;...
|Title||:||Nazis in Newark (Ppr)|
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