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Dr. Max Naumann speaks at a meeting of the Verband nationaldeutscher Juden (League of National German Jews) in Breslau, Germany. He argues for drawing a sharp distinction between "good" Jews like him and "bad" Jews like those immigrating from Eastern Europe.

Naumann explains:

"No one has anything against the decent ones. ...

There is a difference between a Jews who comes form a family that has been in Germany for many decades and is rooted in Germany culture and an Ostjude [Eastern Jew] who has just come her from Tranopol, who has only just cut off his side locks but retains his Asiatic character."

The Verband nationaldeutscher Juden advocates the elimination of Jewish ethnicity and identity through the complete assimilation of Jews, advocates expelling Jews from Eastern Europe, and is opposed to Zionism.

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