In this formal portrait, Julius Streicher wears the armband signifying the office of Gauleiter of Nuremberg-Furth and Franconia.

Julius Streicher, who hanged himself with his pen, may well have been the most despised man of World War II on either side.

Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess (left), and Julius Streicher (right) outside at the third Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg. (August 19-21, 1927)

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Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess (left), and Julius Streicher (right) outside at the third Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg.

"DER STURMER" ANTI-SEMITIC ASHTRAY  An insulting anti-Semitic ashtray given as a gift by Julius Streicher''s newspaper "Der Sturmer". The brown porcelain ashtray, 5 3/4" diameter, bears at center in high relief a caricature of a grimacing Jew, typical of the artwork found in Streicher''s many publications

An insulting anti-Semitic ashtray given as a gift by Julius Streicher's newspaper "Der Sturmer"

Julius Streicher (1885 – 1946) depraved sadist, fornicator, extortionist, pornographer. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine.

Julius Streicher February 1885 – 16 October was a prominent Nazi prior to World War II. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine.

Julius Streicher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Julius Streicher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Julius Streicher - founder/publisher of the infamous Der Sturmer, sentenced to death for crimes against humanity

Julius Streicher February 1885 – 16 October was a prominent Nazi prior to World War II. He was the founder and publisher of Der Stürmer newspaper, which became a central element of the Nazi propaganda machine.

Nazi propaganda: Der Giftpilz is a children's book published by Julius Streicher in 1938. The title is German for "the toadstool" or "the poisonous mushroom". -- Without Solving the Jewish Question No Salvation for Mankind

Racist Nazi propaganda: Der Giftpilz is a children's book published by Julius Streicher in The title is German for "the toadstool" or "the poisonous mushroom". -- Without Solving the Jewish Question No Salvation for Mankind

A poster printed by Der Strumer, a publication within Germany of anti-semitic materials. Julius Streicher founded and edited the most rabidly anti-semitic of Nazi publications within Nazi Germany. Der Sturmer specialized in anti-Semitic cartoons, and originated the slogan in 1923 that the "Jews are our misfortune." This poster was designed to dehumanize the Jews who were posed in distorted, humiliating and disgusting positions. uman and pure and not as good as the German people.

A poster printed by Der Strumer, a publication within Germany of anti-semitic materials. Julius Streicher founded and edited the most rabidly anti-semitic of Nazi publications within Nazi Germany. Der Sturmer specialized in anti-Semitic cartoons, and originated the slogan in 1923 that the "Jews are our misfortune." This poster was designed to dehumanize the Jews who were posed in distorted, humiliating and disgusting positions. uman and pure and not as good as the German people.

THE RACIST AND ANTI-SEMITIC DER STUEMER HELPED TO CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO GENOCIDE, ITS COVER-UP AND MASS ACCEPTANCE OF IT

THE NUREMBERG TRIBUNAL AND THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA: U.S. PROSECUTED NAZI PROPAGANDISTS AS WAR CRIMINALS

THE RACIST AND ANTI-SEMITIC DER STUEMER HELPED TO CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO GENOCIDE, ITS COVER-UP AND MASS ACCEPTANCE OF IT

Julius Streicher was born on 12 February 1885 in the Upper Bavarian village of Fleinhausen. An elementary school teacher by profession, Streicher served in a Bavarian unit during the Great War and despite a warning for bad behaviour was awarded the Iron Cross First Class, and he rose from enlisted man to lieutenant

Julius Streicher was born on 12 February 1885 in the Upper Bavarian village of Fleinhausen. An elementary school teacher by profession, Streicher served in a Bavarian unit during the Great War and despite a warning for bad behaviour was awarded the Iron Cross First Class, and he rose from enlisted man to lieutenant

Memorable for evil, Nuremberg defendant Julius Streicher, anti-semitic editor of Der Sturmer, did not take part in the Holocaust, but over 25 years, he wrote and preached a constant diatribe that "infected the German mind with the virus of anti-Semitism", inciting the murder and wholesale extermination of Jews on racial grounds. Journalists today who spew constant hatred about their fellow humans should take heed of this lesson from history.(km)

Julius Streicher - founder and publisher of "DER STURMER" a highly,Antisemitic NSDAP, publication. This scum was a major contributor to the murder of 6 million Jews in Europe.

Biography.com examines Julius Streicher, a Nazi demagogue who gained infamy as one of the most virulent advocates of the persecution of Jews during the 1930s.

Biography.com examines Julius Streicher, a Nazi demagogue who gained infamy as one of the most virulent advocates of the persecution of Jews during the 1930s.

Members of the Hitler Youth march before their leader, Baldur von Schirach (at right, saluting), and other Nazi officials including Julius Streicher. Nuremberg, Germany, 1933.

Hitler Youth march through Nuremberg, Germany past Nazi officials, including Julius Streicher.

Defendant Julius Streicher, Editor-in-Chief of the venomous anti-Semitic Nazi paper, Der Stürmer, takes the stand during the Nuremberg Trials. Streicher was sentenced to death by hanging. "...He [Streicher] walked steadily the six feet to the first wooden step but his face was twitching.   "As the guards stopped him at the bottom of the steps for identification formality he uttered his piercing scream, 'Heil Hitler!'     "The shriek sent a shiver down my back..."

Julius Streicher - This Day in History: Nov Nuremberg Trials begin

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