Report by the CV (Central Association of German Citizens of Jewish Faith).
26 April 1934
To the Regional branches:
Friends from small and middle sized towns have recently complain that songs with coarse anti-Jewish texts are being sung brazenly and provocatively. We intend to officially approach the Reich Ministry and report all these incidents and to address a letter of the board to the SA Chief and Reich Minister Roehm and to the Prussian Secret State Police. A representative of the CV will also raise this matter with the Propaganda Ministry. We therefore ask to report as soon as possible:
In what localities such songs are being sung
2. Document 2
To the CV
We have reliable information that Mr. Homburg, a teacher in Doernberg
near Kassel, had the children learn the following poem by heart:
Mr. Homburg threatened the children with punishment if they would not
learn the poem by heart by the following day.
20 November 1934
We have reports from Gross-Gerau that:
In the past few weeks, songs are being sung here and in the surrounding area with the following content:
Put the Jews up against the wall, etc. and throw the Jewish gang out of our German fatherland, send them to Palestine, once therecut their throats so that they will never come back.
The songs are being sung not only by SA and Hitler Youth, but also by school children in the streets.
In Gross-Gerau, one should mention, it is not sung by the entire SA, but only by one formationthe Heinr. Kremm. (We believe that he is the author of the song).
Christian citizens who have spoken to me have expressed their misgivings and their shock at this.
We kindly request that you contact the appropriate authority so that such songs be banned.
when Jewish blood splashes from the knife
The results of a survey conducted in the end of April 1934:
Reinland and Westfalia
How often and when was it last sung
Beckum i. W.
1. and 2.
1. with ritsch-ratsch and 2. And Have the Jewish gang scream
SA, SS and the Sports school
Several times a day
While they march past Jewish homes
SA leaders school
1. 2. 3.
SA and FAD
1. and 2.
SA and SS
1. and 3.
Hitler Youth and Young Hitler Youth
While marching past the synagogue
SA, SS, Hitler Youth
All the time
FAD and Hitler Youth
Source: The Central Archive for the History of the Jewish People, Jerusalem. Microfilm of CV Archives, Center for the Preservation of Historical Documentary Collection (OSOBI), Moscow. Fond. 721, File 47.
Source: Yad Vashem