Zionists Seek, but are Denied Meeting with Hitler

(June 29 & 30, 1933)


Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Germany

Berlin, 29 June 1933

To the Reich Chancellor
Mr. Adolf Hitler
Berlin.

Mr. Chancellor of the Reich,

The Zionist Federation of Germany wishes to submit a position paper regarding the Jews in Germany.

This position represents the views held by the Zionist Federation since its creation. We kindly request a meeting to discuss this position. The representatives of the Zionist Federation of Germany are at your disposal for such a meeting at any time.

With Respect,

Blumenfeld
Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Germany.


Document 2.
Berlin, 30 June 1933

To the Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Germany
Mr. Blumenfeld
Berlin

The Chancellor of the Reich has authorized me to respectfully confirm receipt of your kind letter of 29 June and its enclosure. The content has been duly noted. Due to extraordinary encumbrance with urgent business of state, the Chancellor is not in a position to receive the representatives of the Zionist Federation of Germany.

(signed)
Weinstein.

Source: German Federal Archive R43-II/524.


Source: Yad Vashem