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NSK. The central committee for defense against Jewish horror and boycott agitation announces:
Julius Streicher, member of the Reichstag, commissioned with the task of creating and directing the central committee for defense against Jewish horror and boycott agitation, began his work on Wednesday, 29 March. As presiding deputy of the central committee he appointed Karl HOLZ (Nurnberg), the editor of the anti-Semitic weekly "Der Stuermer". The other members of the central committee are:
Robert Ley, Reichstag member, staff leader of the Fuehrer, in the supreme leadership of the party organization.
Adolf Huehnlein, Major, Reichstag member, deputy chief of staff of the S. A.
Heinrich Himmler, Reichstag member, Reich Fuehrer of the S. S.
Reinhold Muchow, deputy head of the National Socialist factory cell leadership [Nationalsozialistische Betriebszellenleitung]
Hans Oberlindober, Reichstag member, head of the National Socialist list organization for the care of war victims.
Jakob Sprenger, Reichstag member, head of the National Socialist league of public officials.
Walter Darre, Reichstag member, head of the agrarian-political Dept. of the N. S. D. A. P.
Dr. von Renteln, Reichstag Fuehrer of the fighting league [Kampfbund] of the trade middle class
Dr. Hans Frank II, Reichstag member, head of the National Socialist jurist's league
Dr. Gerhard Wagner, head of the National Socialist league of physicians
Willy Koerber, deputy of the Reich youth leader
Dr. Achim Gercke, head of the National Socialist information department of the Nazi party executive board [Reichsleitung].
The office of the central committee for defense against Jewish horror and boycott agitation is located in Munich, Hotel "Reichsadler", 32 Herzog Wilhelm Street, Room 56. (Telephone Munich 90-0-12.)
Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression Volume IV
Office of the United States Chief Counsel for Prosecution of Axis Criminality
Washington, DC : United States Government Printing Office, 1946