Background: This story comes from Der Giftpilz, an anti-Semitic children’s book published by Julius Streicher, the publisher of Der Stürmer. This summary and partial translation is taken from a 1938 publication issued by the “Friends of Europe” in London, an organization to which I have not been able to find a successor to request permission to reprint.
The Experience of Hans and Else with a Strange Man
In this story a Jew tries to entice little children to his home, by giving them caramels. The little boy saves his sister by calling the police.
Else begins to have plenty of sweets.
Hans asks from where they are coming.
“I have got them from a strange man. But don’t tell mother! The man strictly forbade me to do so!”
Hans is curious. They arrange to go together. The “man” wants them to go with him.
Hans hesitates Hans thought:
“What does the man want of us? Why should we go with him?”
Suddenly a great fear comes over him.
“You are a Jew!” he cries and seizing his sister, runs off as fast as his legs will carry him. At the corner of the street he meets a policeman. Quickly Hans tells his story. The policeman gets on his motor-bike and soon overtakes the strange man. He handcuffs him and takes him to prison.
At home, subsequently, there is great rejoicing. The police praise Hans for being a brave lad. His mother gives him a large piece of chocolate while teaching him the following saying:
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