Early Hitler letter on Jews to be unveiled at museum
NEW YORK - A letter by Adolf Hitler believed to contain his first written comments on his anti-Semitic vision will soon be unveiled. The letter, dated September 1919, has been obtained by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish human rights organization. The center will reveal the letter's full contents at a press conference Tuesday in New York at the Museum of Tolerance. According to the center, Hitler's letter called for a strong government that could handle the "Jewish threat" and bring about the "removal of the Jews altogether."
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