Julius Streicher

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Julius Streicher (February 12, 1885 – October 16, 1946) was a member of the Nazi Party and head of the Anti-Semitic newspaper Der Sturmer. He was executed at the Nuremberg trials for the incitement of hate. Streicher's propaganda dehumanized Jews and made people turn on them. He was the only Nazi at Nuremberg to shout "Heil Hitler" when getting executed.


  • He had a collection of violent pornography.[1]
  • He was so obsessed with Jews that Herman Goering prohibited his men from reading Streicher's works.
  • Streicher was one of the notable atheists among top Nazi officials. However, unlike Martin Bormann, He didn't play a role in persecuting the churches.[2]
Streicher: Nazi war criminal


  1. https://www.hcplive.com/view/were-the-nazis-certifiably-insane-psychiatrists-look-back
  2. In a 1946 interview, Streicher said, "Christ was a Jew and God, he is supposed to have made the universe. That's a little far-fetched because if God made the world, who made God?" Leon Goldensohn, The Nuremberg Interviews: An American