Johannesburg (Jul. 12)
The South African government today prohibited the Nazi movement and the Nazi Hitler youth groups in the Union of South Africa and in Southwest Africa, formerly a German colony. Herr von Losnitzer, German imported leader of the Nazi movement in South Africa, was ordered to leave the country when authorities discovered subversive documents in his possession.
Acting under a defense of the realm ordinance, South African authorities forbade the Nazi movement, which in recent months made enormous strides among Germans in the former German territory. South African Jews protested to the government against the campaign of anti-Jewish incitement carried on by the Nazis.