June 09, 2010

Antisemitism and Nazism among Mennonites in Pre-WW 2 Canada, Andrew Taylor, June 6, 2010

Prior to the open rebuke of Nazi sympathizers when Canada entered World War Two the Canadian Mennonite newspaper Der Bote (paper of the 'Russian-Mennonite' emigre community) was in both its features and letters culturally and racially Germanist, Anti-Semitic and largely very favorable to The Third Reich.(unpublished dissertation by Frank Epp entitled _An analysis of Germanism and National Socialism in the immigrant newspaper of a Canadian minority_ ).

See: Tim Nafziger's article on this question in "The Mennonite": A window into Antisemitism and Nazism among Mennonite in North America,Part 1:


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