Few people know the facts about the singular event that helped spark what ultimately became known as World War II - the international Jewish declaration of war on Germany
shortly after Adolf Hitler came to power and well before
any official German government sanctions or reprisals against Jews were carried out.
The March 24, 1933 issue of The Daily Express of London
(shown above) described how Jewish leaders, in combination with powerful international Jewish financial interests, had launched a boycott of Germany for the express purpose of crippling her already precarious economy in the hope of bringing down the new Hitler regime.
It was only then that Germany struck back in response. Thus, if truth be told, it was the worldwide Jewish leadership - not the Third Reich - that effectively fired the first shot in the Second World War.
Prominent New York attorney Samuel Untermeyer
(above right) was one of the leading agitators in the war against Germany, describing the Jewish campaign as nothing less than a "holy war."