I Will Bear Witness: A Diary of the Nazi Years, 1933-1941 - Study Guide '1934' Summary & Analysis

Victor Klemperer
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The entries for 1934 aggregate fifty-eight pages and sixty-two entries, including three entries for April, May, June, July, and December; four entries for March; six entries for January, February, August, and November; eight entries for October; and eleven entries for September.

Throughout 1934, many Jews immigrate to Palestine. The stringent Palestinian immigration policies, however, require a potential immigrant to demonstrate a considerable financial net worth; this puts Palestine beyond the reach of many Jews. Nazi centralization of power and rhetoric continues throughout the year and their ideology becomes pervasive. Klemperer notes that many—he claims most—of his 'Aryan' associates and friends are anti-Nazi, but nevertheless remain quiet and subservient, which rears some political backlash. Meanwhile, many Jews accept the Nazis, much to Klemperer's amazement, and feel that as soon as the Nazi's anti-Semitic program is fully established, life will more-or-less return to...

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