This day in Jewish history / Jews start boycott of Nazi Germany
But their efforts to persuade the world not to buy from Germany failed.
On March 20, 1933, efforts got under way in both Poland and the United States to initiate economic boycotts of Nazi Germany. Within several years, boycott movements had been started by Jewish communities – although they were not limited to them – in a number of countries around the world.
Like us on Facebook and get articles directly in your news feed