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Bund parade in New York in 1937 was held under police guard. However, except for American Jews, no one protested against the march of the Nazis in the main U.S. city.

German American Bund (American Nazis) parade on East St., New York City, October 1939

Nazis block Jews from entering the University of Vienna. Austria, 1938.  — National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Md.

A group of SA hold hands on the steps of the University of Vienna in an attempt to prevent Jews from entering the building. The action led to a day of student rioting, which had to be suppressed by police.

Public displays of antisemitism in Nazi Germany took a variety of forms, from posters and newspapers to films and radio addresses. A float in the Fastnacht (Shrove Tuesday) parade in Singen am Hohentwiel features workers from the local aluminum cylinder works feeding "Jews," wearing paper noses, to the "Jew Devourer," a voracious crocodile. The motto carried by the workers' unit in the parade (not shown) was: "Grumblers and Trouble-Makers go under the Roller."

A float in the Fastnacht (Shrove Tuesday) parade in Singen am Hohentwiel features workers from the local aluminum cylinder works feeding "Jews," wearing paper noses, to the "Jew Devourer", a voracious crocodile.

Metropolitan Kyril non-violently stopped the deportation of Jews in World War 2 from all of Bulgaria!

Metropolitan Kyril non-violently stopped the deportation of Jews in World War 2 from all of Bulgaria! First, he threatened to accompany the deportees but then said he would lie on the tracks to block the train. The deportees were released.

Jews being deported, Poland September 1939.

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Clashes at a Mosley riot in Trafalgar Square between supporters, protestors and the police in around 1960. Sir Oswald Mosley was a leader of the British fascist movement. A prominent figure before the Second World War, he stood at the 1959 general election for Kensington North, shortly after the 1958 Notting Hill race riots, and again at the 1966 general election, this time for Shoreditch and Finsbury

Iconic images of London in 1950s and 60s by street photographer

Credit: Bob Collins/Museum Of London A woman lies injured after clashes at a rally in Trafalgar Square where Oswald Mosley spoke in July 1962

Many Americans, such as the highly popular Charles Lindbergh, were highly favorably impressed by  the new German social order – even sugesting that America should draw some lessons from it .  Charles Lindbergh being received by Nazis in Bremen - 1937  AP

Many Americans, such as the highly popular Charles Lindbergh, were highly favorably impressed by the new German social order – even sugesting that America should draw some lessons from it . Charles Lindbergh being received by Nazis in Bremen - 1937 AP

Al Capone's Soup Kitchen...opened in Chicago by Al Capone, 1931.

Al Capone's Soup Kitchen opened in Chicago by Al Capone, 1931 during the Great Depression. His soup kitchen was one of the very first before the government made steps yo do likewise.

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